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Sharing Sage on the Web

asked 2014-12-03 18:12:18 -0500

Austin Mohr gravatar image

updated 2014-12-03 18:12:46 -0500

I have a Sage program that takes an integer as input and outputs lots of pretty pictures. I would like to share this program in such a way that someone with no knowledge of Sage could still provide the integer and enjoy the pictures.

For example, I imagine having a website with a form where the user provides an integer, the program executes in the cloud, and the pictures are displayed in the browser. This may not be possible or even advisable, but it's the sort of thing I mean.

What kinds of options do I have to easily share Sage output on the web?

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answered 2014-12-03 20:40:31 -0500

kcrisman gravatar image

My favorite is using the Sage cell server to embed stuff in ordinary HTML pages. There are various examples of this around the web. Here are a few:

I wrote a text for my number theory class using this, in fact, and there are other online texts out there about it. So I think it's quite flexible. I'm sure others will have other favorite ways, though. Have fun!

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