2024-08-28 18:38:14 +0100 | commented question | can i define a metric using 'tensorwithindices', such that it is defined as one entity only and not by 16 components? @aneet ideally, include all the code snippets in the question, rather than in comments. To understand @dan_fulea's answ |

2024-08-11 22:02:22 +0100 | answered a question | Pickling error with multiprocessing Addressing the question in your comment, rather than the original question. Here is how to install the multiprocess pac |

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2024-04-02 17:49:38 +0100 | edited answer | Dynamic documentation, how to use EXAMPLE:: tag? One option is to add a "random" tag. Then, when testing, the value of the output will be ignored. Running the test wil |

2024-04-02 16:50:52 +0100 | answered a question | Dynamic documentation, how to use EXAMPLE:: tag? One option is to add a "random" tag. Then, when testing, the value of the output will be ignored. Running the test wil |

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2023-12-05 15:51:31 +0100 | commented answer | How to collect the derivatives in an expression for a scalar field Tip: use parentheses and skip end-of-line backslash. ( commutator_f.expr() .collect(diff(f)[0].expr()) |

2023-12-05 15:45:48 +0100 | edited answer | NameError: name '...' is not defined Not sure if that would help, but the relevant import could be made part of the function that is being called in parallel |

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2023-11-05 17:59:42 +0100 | commented answer | Simplifying a polynomial expression @pfeifhns: you can accept the answer (click the check mark at the top left of the answer) and upvote it (click the up-ar |

2023-11-04 23:51:34 +0100 | answered a question | implicit_plot shows wrong equation at edge of plot The way implicit_plot works is by sampling the plotting region, and detecting sign changes. So if the line to plot is a |

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2023-08-27 17:47:41 +0100 | commented question | HTML Viewer for Graphics3d Object does not display This might be the same problem as reported in Ask Sage question 68014: No 3d graphics with sage 9.8 using conda-forge |

2023-08-27 17:40:13 +0100 | edited question | HTML Viewer for Graphics3d Object does not display HTML Viewer for Graphics3d Object does not display Just installed SageMath from source. Environment is Distributor ID |

2023-08-21 22:34:32 +0100 | commented question | polyhedron pb The tutorial you mention is not the "stanford polyhedra tutorial" but the Sage polyhedra tutorial. It turns out a copy |

2023-08-21 22:26:38 +0100 | commented answer | Reduction mod p of a polynomial You can accept your own answer to mark the question as solved. |

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2023-08-19 01:24:17 +0100 | edited answer | plot with varying color line One could compute f(x) for a list of x along the interval. Then add intermediate points until the angle difference betw |

2023-08-19 01:15:01 +0100 | edited answer | plot with varying color line One could compute f(x) for a list of x along the interval. Then add intermediate points until the angle difference betw |

2023-08-19 01:11:26 +0100 | answered a question | plot with varying color line One could compute f(x) for a list of x along the interval. Then add intermediate points until the angle difference betw |

2023-08-18 23:59:43 +0100 | commented question | ModuleNotFound Cython error in Conda I have undeleted Ask Sage question 72565, which this had been marked a duplicate of. By mistake, one question was marke |

2023-08-18 23:58:37 +0100 | commented question | ModuleNotFound Cython error in Conda I have undeleted Ask Sage question 72565, which this had been marked a duplicate of. Someone must have made a mistake, |

2023-08-18 23:40:21 +0100 | edited answer | mutivariate polynomial with a single variable Sage has both univariate polynomial rings multivariate polynomial rings in a single variable Hopefully multivariate |

2023-08-18 23:06:59 +0100 | commented answer | Does sympy break CyclotomicField? I agree. A similar fix was contributed by Vincent Delecroix in Sage Trac ticket 30849: Make gcd/lcm interact better wi |

2023-08-18 17:18:47 +0100 | edited question | plot with varying color line plot with varying color line Is there a way to plot a complex function of a single real variable so that the color of th |

2023-08-18 17:13:15 +0100 | answered a question | Does sympy break CyclotomicField? The breakage comes from importing SymPy's Integer. Indeed, in Sage, the input 16 is preparsed as Integer(16). Usually |

2023-08-18 16:57:53 +0100 | edited question | Rational maps for a composed isogeny Let E is an elliptic curve on a field of charesteristic 101 , phi1 is an isogeny of E to E1 and phi2 is an isogeny of E1 |

2023-08-18 16:57:31 +0100 | edited question | Rational maps for a composed isogeny Let E is an elliptic curve on a field of charesteristic 101 , phi1 is an isogeny of E to E1 and phi2 is an isogeny of E1 |

2023-08-18 16:46:38 +0100 | edited question | Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations Following the answers pro |

2023-08-18 16:45:29 +0100 | edited question | Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations Following the answers pro |

2023-08-18 16:43:23 +0100 | edited question | Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations Following the answers pro |

2023-08-18 16:42:16 +0100 | edited question | Finding the minimal polynomial for a solution of a trigonometric system of quadratic equations |

2023-08-18 16:37:28 +0100 | answered a question | mutivariate polynomial with a single variable Sage has both univariate polynomial rings multivariate polynomial rings in a single variable Hopefully multivariate |

2023-08-18 16:20:18 +0100 | edited question | Solve differential equation using Laplace transform the question is :: x'''(t)-2x''(t)+5x'=0,x(0)=0,x'(0)=0,x''(0)=1 solve this using laplace transform . The question is to |

2023-08-18 16:19:48 +0100 | edited question | Solve differential equation using Laplace transform the question is :: x'''(t)-2x''(t)+5x'=0,x(0)=0,x'(0)=0,x''(0)=1 solve this using laplace transform . The question is to |

2023-08-08 22:43:07 +0100 | edited question | Why solve function can't solve system which can be solved manually Why solve function can't solve system which can be solved manually This returns an empty list: reset() var('i_B10 i_B6 |

2023-08-08 22:37:36 +0100 | edited question | Trouble with CDGA's with One Generator Trouble with CDGA's with One Generator Hi all, I've been using the functions associated with the GCAlgebra class to comp |

2023-08-05 16:02:46 +0100 | answered a question | "This protocol is not supported before version 1903" Launching Jupyter involves getting the browser to open a file. This seems to be the step where the error occurs. A qui |

2023-08-05 15:48:07 +0100 | commented answer | Code working on cocalc but not locally @adi -- you can accept your own answer to mark the question as solved. |

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2023-07-29 23:43:14 +0100 | answered a question | Code working on cocalc but not locally Rename your file from .py to .sage. Then it will be read with all Sage names active. In a .py file you need to import |

2023-07-25 09:02:58 +0100 | answered a question | How to color area between 2+ functions See "The basic options for filling a list of plots" and the surrounding examples in SageMath documentation: 2D plottin |

2023-07-25 08:43:05 +0100 | answered a question | Problem to run sagemath 9.0 in jupyter Suggestion: install SageMath 10.0 or later. You can follow either of the following Sage install instructions for Ubun |

2023-07-24 01:00:56 +0100 | answered a question | How to write Pari GP script in Sage You can install pari-jupyter which provides a PARI Jupyter kernel. pari-jupyter home page pari-jupyter python package |

2023-07-21 18:27:01 +0100 | edited question | MacOs 13.4 binary cant find sage.repl.utils module MacOs 13.4 binary cant find sage.repl.utils module Running macOS Ventura 13.4.1, Sage app from 3-manifolds project, Sage |

2023-07-21 15:49:23 +0100 | commented answer | Question for formatted output Please post such feedback as a comment to the answer, not as a new answer. |

2023-07-21 15:48:55 +0100 | commented answer | Question for formatted output Please post such thanks as a comment to the answer, not as a new answer. |

2023-07-21 15:47:03 +0100 | commented answer | Can I display a polynomial with higher order than 20? @aleph: you can accept the answer by clicking the check mark icon at the top left of the answer, below the answer's scor |

2023-07-21 14:31:10 +0100 | commented answer | tqdm in jupyter doesn't work correctly Congratulations. You can accept your own answer to mark your question as solved. |

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