Perform your next-generation computations

Symbols carry a wealth of information. Let’s put them to use to speed up your computations! Use Symbolica to **embed** domain knowledge in a mathematical structure, **manipulate** it, gain new insights and **generate** faster numerical code.

Symbolica is trusted by leading universities and CERN to help simulate the outcome of its collision experiments.

Using Python or Rust, define your problem using a mix of symbols, numbers, matrices, graphs or arbitrarily complicated mathematical expressions (that can exceed your memory)! Here we represent the same data in three different ways:

**Graph**

**Matrix**

\[ \pmatrix{ 0 & x & 3 & y \\ x & 0 & 2 & 1\\ 3 & 2 & 0 & z\\ y & 1 & z & 0 } \]

**Math**

\[ \begin{align} e(0,1,x)e(0,1,3)e(0,3,y)\\ e(1,2,2)e(1,3,1)e(2,3,z) \end{align} \]

Our experts can help you with your problem representation.

Simplify and rewrite your problem using pattern matching-and-replacements, fast mathematical operations such as series expansions or polynomial arithmetic

Optionally, numerically evaluate your code using our blazing fast assembly numerical code generator and built-in numerical integration

With Symbolica you will spare significant time and computational costs. Symbolica uses state-of-the art algorithms and has an API designed to steer you towards a high-performance solution.

Symbolica | 4s |
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Mathematica | 89s |

Sympy | 1h1m |

No longer do you have to create error-prone text communication between different algebra tools and your program. Symbolica easily integrates in your project.

Getting comfortable with a new computer algebra ecosystem can take significant time and impacts productivity of new staff. Symbolica is an intuitive Python and Rust library, that removes the need to learn a new language.

Symbolica is an easy-to-use library for Python and Rust. Try it out in your project!

Match mathematical patterns with advanced wildcards.

Easily handle expressions that do not fit in memory.

Symbolica has world-class polynomial algebra routines.

Symbolica is free for hobbyists. One instance is free for non-commercial use.

The complete code and development process is open and available on Github.