The Eureqa desktop application used to be available for free to students to experiment with. I believe that exposing students to (and making them used to or even dependent on) specific software makes them more inclined to request these same tools from their employers or use them in their own businesses.
As a result, I was curious if there is a plan to make Eureqa (not necessarily in the cloud, but as a desktop application) available to students and teachers again?
I have tried to get a quotation for the Eureqa software (since there is no longer an academic license), but without success. I never get any response, either from DataRobot or Nutonian channels... Can you point me to the right direction? I'd like to acquire, or at least get a quotation on licenses for Eureqa.
A universal and clean way to use any time-trialed software indefinitely without cracking it nor using keygens is to re-install it on a clean free virtual machine (e.g. VirtualBox, VMware Workstation Player etc.). Create the VM first and make a copy of it. Install the trial software on the VM and when it expires you simply delete this VM and replace it by the clean copy which you then use to reinstall the trial software again and use for a new trial period. Hackito Ergo Sum.
Do you still have academic license? I am currently a graduate student and a college instructor in the Philippines and I am using eureqa in my study. However, in order to publish my paper, I need a license of Eureqa.