there is a lot of stuff available, for plotting the public domain
"gnuplot" seems to provide the basics you may need, there is also some gnu
math sw "octave", which is Matlab-like (i.e. matrix oriented), and uses
gnuplot for visualisation. Gnuplot is found at
http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/gnuplot_info.html
A very well documented and user friendly sw has been developed from the
math group at our University and is called MuPad. It is a little bit like
maple and supports symbolic calculations. There is more info
http://www-math.uni-paderborn.de/MuPAD/
They have a solaris 2.5 version as far as i know (binaries available from
http://www-math.uni-paderborn.de/MuPAD/SYS/index.html ).
Hope it helps
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