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Numerical calculation on sagemath: speed?

I mostly use Sagemath for performing symbolic operations on trigonometric polynomials. But I was wondering if it is also a good tool in numerical methods. This includes matrix operations and iterative solution of PDE's with finite difference methods. Usually I take the Sagemath outputs in another program more suited to numerical work. But I was wondering if Sagemath itself is a viable choice in this resepct. Can you tell me about its numerical performance and speed compared to other programs such as C, Matlab, Julia, Mathematica etc.? Thanks

Numerical calculation on sagemath: speed?

I mostly use Sagemath for performing symbolic operations on trigonometric polynomials. But I was wondering if it is also a good tool in numerical methods. This includes matrix operations and iterative solution of PDE's with finite difference methods. Usually I take the Sagemath outputs in another program more suited to numerical work. But I was wondering if Sagemath itself is a viable choice in this resepct. Can you tell me about its numerical performance and speed compared to other programs such as C, Matlab, Julia, Mathematica etc.? Thanks

Numerical calculation on sagemath: speed?

I mostly use Sagemath for performing symbolic operations on trigonometric polynomials. But I was wondering if it is also a good tool in numerical methods. This includes matrix operations and iterative solution of PDE's PDEs with finite difference methods. Usually I take the Sagemath outputs in another program more suited to numerical work. But I was wondering if Sagemath itself is a viable choice in this resepct. Can you tell me about its numerical performance and speed compared to other programs such as C, Matlab, Julia, Mathematica etc.? Thanks

Numerical calculation on sagemath: speed?

I mostly use Sagemath for performing symbolic operations on trigonometric polynomials. But I was wondering if it is also a good tool in numerical methods. This includes matrix operations and iterative solution of PDEs with finite difference methods. Usually I take the Sagemath outputs in another program more suited to numerical work. But I was wondering if Sagemath itself is a viable choice in this resepct. Can you tell me about its numerical performance and speed compared to other programs such as C, Matlab, Julia, Mathematica etc.? Thanks