Math inspector is a traditional python interpreter that has a number of quality of life improvements; such as syntax highlighting, and lots of hotkeys. Before and after each command is executed, the command string is parsed to keep all of the views synchronized.
The block coding system in math inspector is capable of representing arbitrary python functions and objects of any kind; it has been designed to make it as easy as possible to experiment and interact with complex programs without the need to write any code.
Math inspector’s plotting library updates and modernizes the functionality available in matplotlib. It provides high performance interactive 2D and 3D plots. Capable of plotting parametric curves, algebraic varieties, fractals, curved surfaces, and much more.
The animation system has been designed to render production quality animations for educational content creators. A lot of care has been put into optimizing the performance of animations to enable a smooth 60 frames per second while panning and zooming during animations.