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AngouriMath

Nobody talks about that Nuget gallery needs to sign back in every time?
Another example of my library, which, unlike the previous one, uses myget.org for versions from push to the main branch (note that in this case you will have to go to myget.org and create a feed there before you can push to it).

F# + Plotly.NET + AngouriMath + Interactive: symbolic algebra for research!
AngouriMath: symbolic algebra library I'm working on.

My first app in F#!
This app is made in F#, and it is F#based CLI for AngouriMath, symbolic algebra library that I work on.

Honk#! Honk in convenient C# now!
Are there use cases? Yes, I recently (just a few days ago) moved a symbolic algebra library AngouriMath to it, and it is already making my life much easier.

.NET's AngouriMath now can be used from C++! (proof of concept version)
AngouriMath is an opensource symbolic algebra written in and for .NET (I'm its main contributor). Recently I made it possible to use it from F# and Jupyter, so I thought, why not to try C++?

Can anyone suggest any interesting F# projects?
I'm working on an opensource symbolic algebra library for .NET. It has an F# wrapper, so if you're interested in it, feel free to contact me. Its GH repo is here.

My opensource project
Now, if you think, that I'm working on a useful library, you can join it! It's far from being as advanced as, say, SymPy, so any contributions are welcome. If you're in, fork, make some changes, and create a pull request. Links to messengers, for some strange reasons, are not allowed, but you can find them on the github page of the project. If you don't know programming, you can help by participating in discussions and suggesting ideas.
So, what do you think? Feel free to ask any questions here or anywhere else. I also made a simple onepage website, if anybody curious.

I'm a bit new to C# and am working on a script that will test you on math. It tests you on all 4 main math elements so I have a lot of duplicate code. I decided to make a function with a string parameter but I'm wondering if I can use * or + as the string to multiply or add equations. Can I do this?
It's more convenient to use symbolic algebra libraries for it, for example, this one
What are some alternatives?
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Jace  Jace.NET is a calculation engine for the .NET platform.
Math3D  A .NET Standard 2.0 library for simple and efficient 3D math that is a featurerich replacement for System.Numerics https://vimaec.github.io/Math3D
Towel  Throw in the towel.
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AutoDiff  A .NET library that provides fast, accurate and automatic differentiation (computes derivative / gradient) of mathematical functions.