Developers: Jesper Harder, Yasuaki Honda.

“Imaxima.el provides support for interacting with the computer algebra system Maxima in an Emacs buffer. Imaxima processes the output from Maxima with TeX and inserts the resulting image in the buffer.”

Developer: Abdulhaq Lynch.

“Kayali is a Qt based Computer Algebra System (CAS) that can also be used as an advanced replacement for KDE KCalc. It is essentially a front end GUI for Maxima (and is easily extended to other CAS back-ends) and Gnuplot.”

There is a way to send commands to Maxima from the LyX document processor. It's somewhat different from the TeXmacs functionality, but does seem to be functional at least on a basic level.

See an example document: http://maxima.sourceforge.net/lyx+maxima.lyx.

You can run Maxima on your Android mobile devices.

Developer: Markus Nentwig.

“Symaxx is a graphical front end for the Maxima computer algebra system (GPL).”

Developer: Joris van der Hoeven.

“GNU TeXmacs is a free wysiwyw (what you see is what you want) editing platform with special features for scientists. The software aims to provide a unified and user friendly framework for editing structured documents with different types of content (text, graphics, mathematics, interactive content, etc.).”

Developers: Andrej Vodopivec et al

“wxMaxima is a cross platform GUI for the computer algebra system maxima based on wxWidgets. It provides menu and dialog based interface for maxima and a nice display of math output.”

(Institute for Computational Mathematics at Kent State U)

Developers: Robert Marik, Miroslava Tihlarikova.

“This site contains interface to access computer algebra system Maxima and automatically solve selected typical problems from mathematical courses, including intermediate steps in the solution.”

Developer: Piotr Lewalski

“Maxima-Online is a web based front end to the oryginal Maxima command line program. It's task is to deliver an interface which is simple and easy to use.”

Developer: Bowo Prasetyo

“A PHP program to access Maxima on the server interactively from a website.”

See also: Maxima show-case.

See also: MaximaPHP project page at SourceForge.

Developer: Zoltan Kovacs, U Szeged, Hungary.

Developer: Mario Rodríguez Riotorto.

“Yamwi (Yet Another Maxima Web Interface) is a project devoted to the development of a PHP-based web interface to Maxima. The *Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia* hosts a Maxima+Yamwi computational environment at http://maxima.cesga.es.”

See also: Yamwi at Sourceforge.

Developer: Rene Grothmann.

“Euler is a MatLab like numerical system with a GUI frontend in notebook style ala Maple, plot features, and a numerical programming language. Euler can be used as a GUI frontend to Maxima. It can also exchange data and expressions with Maxima, helping Maxima with numerical calculations, and Euler with symbolic evaluation.”

→ http://mathsrv.ku-eichstaett.de/MGF/homes/grothmann/euler/

Developer: Gerd Kortemeyer.

“Sharing and using online learning and assessment materials across institutions and disciplines.”

Computer Algebra System (notes about integration of Maxima with LON-CAPA).

Developer: James Hart.

MathDrag'n project page at SourceForge.

“MathDrag'n is an interface designed to help you, the user, maintain almost complete control over the algebra while stopping you from making mistakes. In contrast to most computer algebra systems, MathDrag'n's philosophy is that the user interface is first, and that ease of use is what you want.”

Developer: Markus Arndt.

“`<Algebra> </Algebra>`

defines a maxima session. Any line terminating with a semicolon is passed to maxima for evaluation. For all other lines the wiki syntax applies.”

“Sage is a comprehensive open-source mathematics software suite that has the mission statement ‘Creating a viable free open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab.’”