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Mathcad Prime or Mathcad 15?

18 February 2011

Mathcad is so central to so many organisations’ design process that migration to Mathcad Prime can’t always be rushed. That’s why Adept Scientific ships a copy of Mathcad 15 along with Mathcad Prime; the two versions can be run side-by-side. A new comparison chart pinpoints the features and benefits of each.

Both Mathcad 15 and the latest Mathcad release, Mathcad Prime 1.0, present calculations, text and images in an understandable format, enabling knowledge capture, reuse and design verification, which results in improved product quality with faster time-to market.

Adept’s downloadable comparison chart will help you identify the differences and decide which is right for you at the current time – although running both alongside each other at no extra cost is likely to be far and away the most popular option for existing Mathcad users.

Download the comparison chart here.


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