# Experimental Mathematics Software

## 28 March 2014

Here are links to software that has been developed, in whole or in part, by Bailey and Borwein. Many other useful software packages are available in these directories:
Commercial sites |
Non-commercial sites

- The Inverse Symbolic Calculator 2.0 (ISC2.0) is now available:
ISC2.0
- LBNL high-precision arithmetic software (including Experimental Mathematician's Toolkit):
MPDIST
- Cornell University's online "Eureqa" tool, which detects equations and hidden mathematical relationships in data:
Eureqa
- Online version of the Maxima symbolic computing software (open-source version of the Maxsyma software):
Maxima
- Online "Gigapan" facility to search and zoom a 2-D random walk on the binary digits of pi:
Gigapan
- LBNL PiSearch facility (searches for names in the first several billion
binary digits of pi):
PiSearch
- Short article describing the BBP algorithm for computing hex (base-16) digits of pi beginning at an arbitrary starting position:
PDF
- Computer implementations of the BBP algorithm for pi:
BBP-codes
- Gzipped file (58 Mbyte) containing the first 100 million hex digits of pi (thanks to Yasumasa Kanada of the Univ. of Tokyo):
PI1G-00.gz
- The CECM Euler-zeta computation tool:
EZFACE+
- The CECM integer relation tool (see also next item and Experimental Mathematician's Toolkit, above):
IntegerRelations
- The CECM inverse symbolic calculator:
ISC