AWork

AWork


AWork is an interactive environment for scientific computation, data analysis and data visualization designed for scientists, engineers and students. AWork is an Android version of the SCaVis project (http://jwork.org/scavis). AWork can be used for data analysis, numeric and symbolic calculations, statistical analysis with graphical output: it can be used to display functions, charts, histograms, scatter plots.

AWork supports Octave (Matlab) scripting language for symbolic calculations (integration, plotting, differentiation, simplifications, solving equations etc.).
It is a port of jMathLab (http://jwork.org/jmathlab) project available for desktops and servers.

AWork supports the BeanShell (http://www.beanshell.org/) scripting language. One can access the the complete Java API and external numerical JAVA libraries using the BeanShell editor integrated into the AWork IDE.

AWork documentation and examples of symbolic and numeric calculations are given here: http://jwork.org/scavis/android/

All bug reports and comments are addressed here: http://jwork.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?fid=6
Please use this link if you need to fix a problem

Recent changes:
All methods of AWork were aligned with the same methods implemented in jMathLab (http://jwork.org/jmathlab).

Please post your bug reports here: http://jwork.org/scavis/forum/viewforum.php?id=6
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$10.00
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2.7
User ratings
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Installs
10+
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File size
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About AWork
AWork is an interactive environment for scientific computation, data analysis and data visualization designed for scientists, engineers and students. AWork is an Android version of the SCaVis project (http://jwork.org/scavis). AWork can be used for data analysis, numeric and symbolic calculations, statistical analysis with graphical output: it can be used to display functions, charts, histograms, scatter plots.

AWork supports Octave (Matlab) scripting language for symbolic calculations (integration, plotting, differentiation, simplifications, solving equations etc.).
It is a port of jMathLab (http://jwork.org/jmathlab) project available for desktops and servers.

AWork supports the BeanShell (http://www.beanshell.org/) scripting language. One can access the the complete Java API and external numerical JAVA libraries using the BeanShell editor integrated into the AWork IDE.

AWork documentation and examples of symbolic and numeric calculations are given here: http://jwork.org/scavis/android/

All bug reports and comments are addressed here: http://jwork.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?fid=6
Please use this link if you need to fix a problem

Recent changes:
All methods of AWork were aligned with the same methods implemented in jMathLab (http://jwork.org/jmathlab).

Please post your bug reports here: http://jwork.org/scavis/forum/viewforum.php?id=6

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A Google User
Oct 23, 2012
One of the simplest examples using JAVA does not work The program throws an error when you try to call the JAVA's language library as it is done in one of the simplest examples that appears in the user manual. The example: import java.lang.Math.*; print(sqrt(2)); throws the error: "Command not found:sqrt(int):at line:2" If this error is corrected, I am going to increase the number of stars given in this review to five.
A Google User
Oct 23, 2012
One of the simplest examples using JAVA does not work The program throws an error when you try to call the JAVA's language library as it is done in one of the simplest examples that appears in the user manual. The example: import java.lang.Math.*; print(sqrt(2)); throws the error: "Command not found:sqrt(int):at line:2" If this error is corrected, I am going to increase the number of stars given in this review to five.
A Google User
Oct 4, 2012
beware it will cost $20 more if you want documentation After downloading the app and searching through the web pages referenced by the app I found out that if you want to actually use the app you must pay an extra $20 to get access to the user manual.
A Google User
Aug 21, 2012
Works! Paid for and downloaded, however on install it came up with an error stating "Package file was not signed correctly" Developer fixed overnight! Have not used the program yet, so cannot comment on that.
First
Aug 21, 2012
Works! Paid for and downloaded, however on install it came up with an error stating "Package file was not signed correctly" Developer fixed overnight! Have not used the program yet, so cannot comment on that.