# where is basic tutorial for sage

Where is basic tutorial for sage showing basics like how to define set, variable, map, binary operations and such.

where is basic tutorial for sage

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When you're running Sage, run the command `tutorial()`

. Depending on your level of experience, you might also want a Python tutorial, like this one. The on-line book Dive into Python is also a good resource.

That's a good point about a python tutorial. I think I'll add one to the Mac app menu.

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Perhaps you can find some useful information here

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2012-01-22 13:28:18 -0500
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Last updated: **Jan 23 '12**

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There is much doc scattered on the internet. But I agree with you, it's way too scattered. This Q&A forum is a good thing but it further scatters good tips ..