# Suggestions for simples-matrices

The following packages have something in common with the package simples-matrices. The packages are ordered in decreasing similarity.

- nicematrix: Improve the typesetting of mathematical matrices with PGF
- association-matrix: LaTeX support for creating association matrices
- easybmat: Block matrices
- easymat: A simple package for writing matrices
- langsci-avm: Feature structures and attribute-value matrices (AVM)
- resolsysteme: Work on linear systems using xint or pyluatex
- drawmatrix: Draw visual representations of matrices in LaTeX
- easyvector: Write vectors in a C-like fashion
- spalign: Typeset matrices and arrays with spaces and semicolons as delimiters
- subfigmat: Automates layout when using the subfigure package
- semantex: Semantic, keyval-based mathematics
- cascade: Constructions with braces to present mathematical demonstrations
- ebproof: Formal proofs in the style of sequent calculus
- flexisym: Symbol manipulation for breqn
- semtex: Deals with stripped SemanTeX documents
- smart-eqn: Automatic math symbol styling for LaTeX documents
- numerica: Numerically evaluate mathematical expressions in LaTeX form
- longdivision: Typesets long division
- diffcoeff: Write differential coefficients easily and consistently
- derivative: Nice and easy derivatives
- rec-thy: Commands to typeset recursion theory papers
- moremath: Additional commands for typesetting maths
- create-theorem: Initializing and configuring theorem-like environments, with multilingual support
- keytheorems: An l3keys interface to amsthm
- delarray: Delimiters for arrays
- matrix-skeleton: A PGF/TikZ library that simplifies working with multiple matrix nodes
- pascaltriangle: Draw beautiful Pascal (Yanghui) triangles
- letterswitharrows: Draw arrows over math letters
- mathcommand: \newcommand-like commands for defining math macros
- rbt-mathnotes: Rebecca Turnerâ€™s personal macros and styles for typesetting mathematics notes
- numerica-plus: Iteration and recurrence relations: finding fixed points, zeros and extrema of functions