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2013-03-30 10:42:32 +0200 marked best answer Fill between two curves

See here for a slew of fill options. Probably one of these will fit your needs.

sage: plot(x,(x,0,1),fill=x^2)
sage: plot([x,x^2],(x,0,1),fill={0:[1]})
2013-03-29 22:03:56 +0200 asked a question Fill between two curves

I am attempting to fill the area between two curves. To more clearly illustrate what I am trying to accomplish, I would like to represent the area of the following integral:

integrate x-x^2 from 0 to 1

I can currently show the area under x with fill=True, but this is not what I want. What I want is for the fill to extend only to x^2 rather than all the way down to the x axis.

2013-03-29 21:57:53 +0200 commented answer will sage contine to caclulate after closing my notebook?

Thank you for the answer. I am sorry I took so long to respond.

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2013-03-29 21:57:22 +0200 marked best answer will sage contine to caclulate after closing my notebook?

Yes. It will keep on working in the background. But the servers also have timeout for the duration of time a worksheet will be kept open and running. This timeout is quite short. If you are running your own server, then set the timeout by using the timeout parameter. For example, for setting the timeout to be one hour (3600 secs), start the server like this:

$ sage -n timeout=3600
2013-03-24 18:01:42 +0200 asked a question will sage contine to caclulate after closing my notebook?

I have a notebook open on a sage server, in which sage is computing a complex calculation. If I close the notebook tab in my browser, will sage cancel the calculation, and if not, will it still display the results when I reopen my notebook?