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### I want to compute values of cetrain function, a kind of modular form. It is a real analytic Eisenstein series. Does somebody know how to do it? I could not have find the sage-name for it. Thanks lot.

Real analytic Eisenstein series (also this is this their name at wikipedia) are defined for a complex z and a complex s. They are not the Eisenstein series (Wikipedia) defined for complex z and an integer k. If s is k and an integer, they are connected by the multiple of Im(z)^s. Thus an easy connection, but I'd like to know the value of the series for a complex s. They are modular functions, not holomorphic and connected to theta series. 2 None

### I want I'd to compute values of cetrain function, a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form. It is a form, the so-called real analytic Eisenstein series. Does somebody anybody know how to do it? I could not have find found the sage-name for it. Thanks a lot.

I'd to compute values of a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form, the so-called real analytic Eisenstein series. Does anybody know how to do it? I could not have found the sage-name for it.

Real analytic Eisenstein series (also this is this their name at wikipedia) are defined for a complex z and a complex s. They are not the Eisenstein series (Wikipedia) defined for complex z and an integer k. If s is k and an integer, they are connected by the multiple of Im(z)^s. Thus an easy connection, but I'd like to know the value of the series for a complex s. They are modular functions, not holomorphic and connected to theta series. 3 None

### I'd to compute values of a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form, the so-called real analytic Eisenstein series. Does anybody know how to do it? I could not have found the sage-name for it. Thanks a lot.

I'd to compute values of a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form, the so-called real analytic Eisenstein series. Does anybody know how to do it? I could not have found the sage-name for it.

Real analytic Eisenstein series (also this is this their name at wikipedia) are defined for a complex z and a complex s. They are not the Eisenstein series (Wikipedia) defined for complex z and an integer k. If s is k and an integer, they are connected by the multiple of Im(z)^s. Thus an easy connection, but I'd like to know the value of the series for a complex s. They are modular functions, not holomorphic and connected to theta series.

### I'd to compute values of a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form, the so-called real Real analytic Eisenstein series. Does anybody know how to do it? I could not have found the sage-name for it. Thanks a lot.series

I'd to compute values of a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form, the so-called real analytic Eisenstein series. Does anybody know how to do it? I could not have found the sage-name for it.

More precisely, I would like to plot the the graph of the real analytic Eisenstein series, their real and imaginary values in a square of the complex plane (variable z) each for a certain value of the parameter s. Thus s is fixed in each of the graphs.

Real analytic Eisenstein series (also this is this their name at wikipedia) are defined for a complex z and a complex s. They are not the Eisenstein series (Wikipedia) defined for complex z and an integer k. If s is k and an integer, they are connected by the multiple of Im(z)^s. Thus an easy connection, but I'd like to know the value of the series for a complex s. They are modular functions, not holomorphic and connected to theta series. 5 None

### Real analytic Eisenstein series

I'd to compute values of a certain function in Sage, a kind of a modular form, the so-called real analytic Eisenstein series. series. Does anybody know how to do it? I could not have found the sage-name Sage name for it.

More precisely, I would like to plot the the graph of the real analytic Eisenstein series, their real and imaginary values in a square of the complex plane (variable z) each for a certain value of the parameter s. Thus s is fixed in each of the graphs.

Real analytic Eisenstein series (also this is this their name at wikipedia) are defined for a complex z and a complex s. They are not the Eisenstein series (Wikipedia) series defined for complex z and an integer k. If s is k and an integer, they are connected by the multiple of Im(z)^s. Thus an easy connection, but I'd like to know the value of the series for a complex s. They are modular functions, not holomorphic and connected to theta series.