New to the Gateway?
The Gateway to Logic is a collection of web-based logic programs offering a number of logical functions (e.g. truth tables, normal forms, proof checking, proof building). If you are a new user to the Gateway, consider starting with the Server-side functions.
On each category page, beneath the headline of the respective page, there are two important links: "Other programs" and "Help". You can at any time return to this overview page by selecting "Other programs". The link "Help" will open up a new page (or browser tab) showing a detailed documentation of the respective program category.
Operating the Logic server currently costs about 113.88€ per year (virtual server 85.07€, domain fee 28.80€), hence the Paypal donation link.
The server side functions operate on formulae of classical two-valued propositional logic. They work with any browser. Although the server side offers a few graphical functions (e.g. displaying syntax trees), its strengths lie in the field of syntactic operations like optimization (where it offers e.g. a Quine-McCluskey reducer), normal forms and showing truth-tables.
The Proof Checker, umh, checks proofs submitted by the user - hence the name. It supports Lemmon's calculus only. As opposed to the Proof Builder, the Proof Checker requires the user to actually type in the proof she wants to check. For this reason, many people find the Proof Builder easier to use.
Simple truth tables
The simple truth-table calculator calculates the tables directly in your browser, so the calculator is available offline, and the government won't ever find out what propositions you are working with (unless they hack your computer). It is not intended as a ready-to-use product, but as a first test for the feasibility of migrating to more up-to-date web technology.
The Gateway to Logic is © by Christian Gottschall. Any kind of feedback, problem report, or proposed improvement is welcome at any time.