2019-09-09 20:13:30 +0200 | commented answer | Run sage notebook without sage.all imported That makes sense, thanks for clearing that up. |

2019-09-09 15:55:59 +0200 | commented answer | Run sage notebook without sage.all imported But my point is that I don't want to use |

2019-09-09 12:25:11 +0200 | asked a question | Run sage notebook without sage.all imported When I create a create a sage Jupyter notebook the kernel seems to always run - The sage kernel takes a while to start (roughly one minute for me)
- It causes naming conflicts when we define a function or class that already has a meaning somewhere in the huge sage library.
Therefore I wonder if it is possible to run a notebook with a sage kernel without importing the entire sage library. |

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2019-05-16 15:41:08 +0200 | answered a question | Coercion from PBW to universal enveloping algebra One can use the .to_word_list() method on a monomial in PBW basis. E.g. The resulting list of roots are keys in the basis of the original Lie algebra, and can hence be easily converted. This solves my problem. |

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2019-05-10 18:49:40 +0200 | asked a question | Coercion from PBW to universal enveloping algebra I'm using Example Then I want to obtain Or rather it's enough if I can convert a term like PBW[alpha[4]] to E[alpha[4]], because I want to essentially use the following function Here pbw_elt is an element of the PBW basis, and e is in the Lie algebra. In this case 'factor' needs to be coerced into an element of the Lie algebra. Right now I solved the problem by making a dictionary converting algebra generators of pbw_basis into basis elements of the Lie algebra, but it feels like there should be a much more elegant solution. |

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