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Building Up Computations

Being able to work with formulas lets you easily integrate all the parts of a computation.

Here are the eigenvalues of a matrix of numbers.

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CalculationCenter can still compute the eigenvalues even when symbolic parameters are introduced. The result is in effect a compact representation of the eigenvalues for any value of b.

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CalculationCenter's functions are carefully designed so that output from one calculation can easily be used as input to others.

This takes the formula for the eigenvalues and immediately plots it.

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You can solve for the value of b at which the first eigenvalue is zero...

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...or find the integral from 0 to c.

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This finds the series expansion of the previous result.

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This searches numerically for a root.

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