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Here's another physicist using Sage, in particular doing a PhD, and I can only encourage you to use Sage any time you can :) It cannot to everything that Mathematica does, but it goes the other way around too. For an undergrad, you won't notice the difference if you are patient in learning Sage.

As an approach for using Sage as a physicist, I would recommend simply going through the tutorial, and asking here or in sage-support any particular concern you may have, starting right now!

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Here's another physicist using Sage, in particular doing a PhD, and I can only encourage you to use Sage any time you can :) It cannot ~~to ~~do everything that Mathematica does, but it goes the other way around too. For an undergrad, you won't notice the difference if you are patient in learning Sage.

As an approach for using Sage as a physicist, I would recommend simply going through the tutorial, and asking here or in sage-support any particular concern you may have, starting right now!

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Here's another physicist using Sage, in particular doing a PhD, and I can only encourage you to use Sage any time you can :) It cannot do everything that Mathematica does, but it goes the other way around too. For an undergrad, you won't notice the difference if you are patient in learning Sage.

As an approach for using Sage as a physicist, I would recommend simply going through the tutorial, and asking here or in sage-support any particular concern you may have, starting right now!

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Here's another physicist using Sage, in particular doing a PhD, and I can only encourage you to use Sage any time you can :) It cannot do everything that Mathematica does, but it goes the other way around too. For an undergrad, you won't notice the difference if you are patient in learning Sage.

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Here's another physicist using Sage, in particular doing a PhD, and I can only encourage you to use Sage any time you can :) It cannot do everything that Mathematica does, but it goes the other way around too. For an undergrad, you won't notice the difference if you are patient in learning Sage.

~~sage-support any particular concern you may have, starting right now!~~

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~~sage-support any particular concern you may have, starting right now!~~

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