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2018-03-01 14:26:05 +0100 | commented question | Configure a GUI @slelievre: Yes, I've installed both. It seems that the bug is on Cantor as discussed here: http://blog.filipesaraiva.info/?p=1897. Thank you so much for the resources! The following questions are directly related: |
2018-02-17 14:39:22 +0100 | commented question | Configure a GUI @slelievre: I'm using Ubuntu 16.04. |
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2018-01-16 22:28:17 +0100 | commented question | Configure a GUI The Jupyter notebook is really good, but it's browser-based and I prefer to work in a proper GUI... |
2018-01-16 15:36:47 +0100 | answered a question | A non-web based GUI for SAGE I know about two:
I've posted the following related question: https://ask.sagemath.org/question/406.... If you manage to configure one of them, let us know =). |
2018-01-16 15:03:39 +0100 | asked a question | Configure a GUI Hello everyone, I'm a new Sagemath user and I'm interested in set up a GUI. The main ones I've found are Spyder and Cantor. However, Spyder is intended for Python and the Sagemath backend for Cantor doesn't seem to work properly... How can I configure Spyder and Cantor to work with Sagemath as a backend? Thank you so much for your answers! |
2018-01-15 20:56:09 +0100 | commented question | Using Cantor with Sage in Ubuntu? I've the same problem... =( |
2018-01-14 22:42:32 +0100 | asked a question | Use R result Hi! I'm new in Sagemath, but I've some experience using R. For example, if I want to generate 100 random numbers from a Bernoulli distribution, I can use the code: But... Is there any way to use the result for another operation in Sagemath? And results related to a linear regression, a given test or a plot (done with R)? May it be more efficient to use Scipy in a general workflow? Thanks for your answers! |
2018-01-02 12:13:50 +0100 | asked a question | Symbolic calculus of extrema Hi! Is there any way in Sagemath to find symbolically the local extrema of a given function? Thanks for your answers! EDIT: As an example one may be interested in the extrema of the following differentiable function: |
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2018-01-01 22:37:46 +0100 | commented answer | Limit of a matrix power Really good solution! That's exactly what I was looking for! |
2018-01-01 22:30:58 +0100 | commented answer | Delayed assignment Thank you so much for your answer! |
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2017-12-26 12:06:31 +0100 | asked a question | Delayed assignment Hi! I'm new in Sage and I'm trying with the following input: Then, the output isn't updated. Is there any way to set a delayed assignment? I'm talking about something similar to the ':=' form of assignment in Mathematica. Note that with a delayed assignment isn't required to define 'x' as a function. Thank you so much in advance! |
2017-12-21 00:21:19 +0100 | answered a question | Limit of a matrix power Thank you so much for your answers! I've edited the question to focus on the limit of the diagonal matrix. In Mathematica there is a way to do this directly, but finally I've found a workaround in Sage: Maybe it's not the most efficient way to do this, but this works with diagonal matrices... The difference is that one needs to execute component by component, also for a more general case (non diagonal matrices). |
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2017-12-20 23:57:57 +0100 | commented question | Limit of a matrix power Yes, in the past it was! Now I'm using it as an exercise to learn a bit of Sage |
2017-12-20 09:42:20 +0100 | asked a question | Limit of a matrix power Hello! I'm new in Sagemath and I want to calculate the limit of the power of a given 3x3 diagonal matrix: Is there any way to do this? Trank you so much! |