2019-07-17 03:53:41 -0500 | commented answer | Running Sage from the commad line in Ubuntu 12.04 I installed it to /home/leon/sage-8.8. How do I create a command |
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2019-01-21 07:43:39 -0500 | commented answer | Loading a 5GB dictionary of matrices uses up all of 64GB RAM Now it works, thank you for your help and patience! : ) Using the above code, I've managed to load 7GB of sparse matrices without crashing (but when loaded, they take up 23GB of RAM, a bit strange). |
2019-01-19 10:39:49 -0500 | commented answer | Loading a 5GB dictionary of matrices uses up all of 64GB RAM Hmm, I still haven't been able to import the file, but probably due to my incompetence. Could you give me specific instructions on how (in what form) to export the file from Mathematica and how to import it in Sage? Do I export it to |
2019-01-16 14:25:05 -0500 | commented answer | Loading a 5GB dictionary of matrices uses up all of 64GB RAM Oh, that's disappointing. I thought Sage was supposed to be much more efficient than Mathematica. Even when I try to import just the largest matrix (that takes up less that 800MB), Sage uses up 28GB of RAM and crashes. |
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2019-01-15 17:42:46 -0500 | asked a question | Loading a 5GB dictionary of matrices uses up all of 64GB RAM In a 5GB I tried splitting the file into three smaller ones and load one after another, but already with the first 1.3GB file, the system crashes after using all RAM, but without using swap. I get: |
2019-01-11 11:08:26 -0500 | commented question | max memory used during a process Any ideas? |
2019-01-07 15:00:12 -0500 | asked a question | max memory used during a process In Mathematica, the command |
2018-10-28 09:45:02 -0500 | commented answer | ChainComplex() runs 24 times slower than homology() Surely, |
2018-10-28 09:42:00 -0500 | commented answer | ChainComplex() runs 24 times slower than homology() Aaah, you're right, with |
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2018-10-28 03:55:39 -0500 | asked a question | ChainComplex() runs 24 times slower than homology() I load a list of matrices When I run Is there a faster way to compute the homology of a chain complex (over $\mathbb{Z}$ or $\mathbb{Z}_p$)? |
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2018-10-27 03:45:15 -0500 | commented answer | How to read and run commands from a text file? Yes, I'll be computing a lot of homology of chain complexes. Thank you for your answers!! |
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2018-10-26 15:54:42 -0500 | commented answer | How to read and run commands from a text file? Great, it works! Could you also please answer the question about RAM, before I accept? |
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2018-10-26 15:10:54 -0500 | asked a question | How to read and run commands from a text file? I have all my commands in a text file, and I would just like to run them in Sage. What is the easiest way to do this? For example, in sage.txt, I have written: The command Also, does Sage have a limit on how much RAM it can use? If yes, how can I increase the available memory? |