Public domain and shareware software for Macintoshes on the Mathematics Archives has been organized by the mathematics courses in which they can be used. If the software is suitable for several classes, then it is placed in each of those categories. In addition, information on many commercial packages is also provided together with links to other sites which have additional information on the packages.
A list of all files available in the following categories is available for your perusal. There is a short one line description of each of the public domain and shareware package in this list. More complete information can be obtained by clicking on the links below.
It is also possible to do a search of a WAIS database which contains abstracts and readme files for most of the programs.
This collection is maintained by Earl D. Fife. If you know of any Macintosh programs which are not listed in this collection and which you think are useful in the teaching of mathematics, then write Earl using the form contained in the latter link.
You are invited to submit materials to be stored on the Mathematics Archives; this may include software, reviews of software or teaching materials utilizing technology. For more information on uploading materials, read this.