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Does Sage have GUI capabilities?

asked 2012-12-06 12:36:43 -0500

SLOtoSF gravatar image

I would like to be able to construct two sets of objects, and use the Sage Notebook display a list of the objects in each set (representing them with the __repr__ special method).

Let d = dict().

Then I would like to click on an object in one of the sets (say object a, click on an object in the other set, b), and those two clicks and a button click signifies d[a] = b.

I guess I am asking for a user-friendly way to do this.

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answered 2012-12-06 23:03:15 -0500

ndomes gravatar image

You can try interacts - if the buttons can display a proper representation of your objects.

L1 = ['dummy']+[0..15]
L2 = [None]+[x^2,sin(x),tan(x),log(x),sqrt(x),exp(x),'jam','foo']
D = {}
def _(key=L1,value=L2,auto_update=False):
    global D
    D[key] = value
    if D.has_key('dummy'): del(D['dummy'])   
    print D
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Thanks @ndomes.

SLOtoSF gravatar imageSLOtoSF ( 2012-12-07 06:15:13 -0500 )edit

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