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real name | Björn Rüffer |

member since | 2016-01-30 13:38:57 +0200 |

last seen | 2018-03-21 10:07:53 +0200 |

website | http://bjoern.rueffer.info/ |

location | Australia |

todays unused votes | 30 votes left |

I use sage a lot nowadays. In research for experimentation, visualisation and to do tedious computations for me, in teaching to make sure the computations in assignments work out the way they ought to be. It has become a great tool. I especially like the jupyter interface and how it allows you to easily maintain notebooks in git repositories, along with other research and teaching material.

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- derivative of non-commuting symbolic product
- Code highlighting and execution in sagetex
- Access notebook filename from jupyter with sagemath kernel
- Why does simplify break print_latex_func?
- scripting (jupyter) notebooks
- formatting fractions involving square roots

● Scholar × 1 ● Nice Answer × 1 ● Student × 1

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- formatting fractions involving square roots
- Code highlighting and execution in sagetex
- scripting (jupyter) notebooks
- Access notebook filename from jupyter with sagemath kernel
- Why does simplify break print_latex_func?

● Organizer × 1 ● Nice Question × 3

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