Top 20 NuGet expression Packages

Evaluate, Compile and Execute C# code at runtime. Support: Dynamic LINQ, Extension Method, Expando Object, and more! Online Example: Include free and prime features.
Runtime expressions parser and evaluator (formulas, conditions, method calls, properties/indexers etc). Builds LINQ expression tree and compiles it to lambda delegate with full support of dynamically typed variables.
An extension method for Linq and DLR Expressions, producing readable, source-code versions of Expression Trees. Targets .NET 3.5+ and .NET Standard 1.0+
A library that converts cron expressions into human readable descriptions. Supports multiple languages including: English, Brazillian, Spanish, Norwgian, Turkish, Dutch, Chinese Simplified, Russian, French, German, Ukrainian, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Romanian Italian, Swedish, Slovenian, Danish, Fi...
A Simple Math and Pseudo C# Expression Evaluator in One C# File. Can also execute small C# like scripts
Step into debugging from linq expressions
This is a port of NCalc for .NET Core applications.
Lightweight optimizer of System.Linq.Expression expressions. Just basic boolean algebra and reductions, constant and tuple/anonymous type eliminations. For side-effect free Expressions. No compilation-subjective optimizations.
Translate from linq expressions to C# code
Dynamically computed values to sort/facet/search on based on a pluggable grammar for the Lucene.Net full-text search engine library from The Apache Software Foundation.
The Xamarin.Forms front end for CSharpMath.
Performs fast, deep or shallow clone using simple assignment operations generated by Expression Tree runtime code compilation.
mXparser is a super easy, rich, fast and highly flexible math expression parser library (parser and evaluator of mathematical expressions / formulas provided as plain text / string). Software delivers easy to use API for JAVA, Android and C# .NET/MONO (Common Language Specification compliant: F#, Vi...
FastExpressionCompiler is 10-40x times faster than Expression.Compile()
The core of the C# math rendering engine - CSharpMath. Can display beautiful math equations and symbols from the LaTeX format. Needs a front end to function. Currently, front ends exist for Avalonia, iOS, SkiaSharp and Xamarin.Forms.
The SkiaSharp front end for CSharpMath.
Rendering interface for CSharpMath using the Typography library.
The base code for a What You See Is What You Get math editor.
A multi-platform expression parsing and evaluating framework.