The new improved Mathcad 15.0 has over 25 new Design of Experiment functions and has a more robust reference of libraries which integrates third party tools such as Microsoft Excel 2007.
Mathcad 15.0 also integrates with engineering platforms like PRO/ENGINEER, PTC's Windchill solutions, Windchill PDMLink and Windchill ProductPoint enabling better management of critical engineering content which makes it easier to reuse and share information leading to standardization and best practice.
“These design of experiment fitting functions are a great bonus and now that I have augmented them with my own functions they will save many hours of work evaluating large sets of data,” Philip Leitch, PRL Software.
Features of the Mathcad 15.0:
- Design of Experiments(DOE)- Includes over 25 new functions that reduce time and cost of conducting experiments through DOE. Also helps in identifying critical factors and optimal settings for complex processes. Providing a template for fewer experiments which are indispensable whilst having multiple levels and variables.
- Integration to Knovel Math content- Provides quick access to the full list of Knovel's documented Mathcad worksheets which are from Roark's and Hick's reference works.
- Integration with Kornucopia software- Kornucopia by Bodie Technology, it is designed to lessen time and effort spent on analysis by providing templates and functions using Mathcad based documented workflows.
- Integration to Truenumbers- This enables users to communicate values across applications and the organisation with ease, without loosing quantity or unit integrity.
- Support for Microsoft Excel 2007-Allows ReadExcel, WriteExcel, ReadFile, Data Import Wizard and Excel Add-in.
- Windows 7 Support
“Mathcad 15.0 with its new Design of Experiments functions and integration with Windchill ProductPoint as well as other tools, enables our customers to easily create complex engineering calculations and communicate those calculations across the organization, thus helping them achieve a level of standardization and collaboration within their product development process," Jake Simpson.