Eureqa I is a tool for detecting equations and hidden mathematical
relationships in dataset . Useful to identify the
simplest mathematical formulas which could describe the underlying
mechanisms that produced the data. Eureqa I is now being replaced by Eureqa II "formulize" that runs on Linux natively.
Eureqa I beta versions can plainly refuse to run complaing about the ended beta period.
For more details and user comments, view the versions of this application
|Version||Description||Rating||Wine version||Test results||Comments|
|0.75beta||added initial support for finding implicit equations, e.g. f(x,y)=0||Silver||1.1.31||3||0|
|0.79beta||added sorting option for solution lists||Silver||1.1.40||1||0|
|0.82.0||added new plotting display options in the results view||Platinum||1.3.3||1||0|
|0.83 beta||fixed bug that caused UI to slow down on long runs||Platinum||1.3.19||1||0|
|0.85 beta||discontinued beta version||Garbage||1.5.18||1||0|
1) Get the msi package from the developer site.
2) Install it by issuing msiexec /i filename.msi in the directory where the msi resides.
3) Keep the .msi in a safe place as you will need it for uninstalling the package (Uninstall Wine software could not work)
1)Navigate to the directory where the .MSI of the version to be removed resides.
2)Issue a msiexec /x filename.msi.