2022-11-26 21:23:53 +0100 | edited question | secure PATH for sage secure PATH for sage Hi there. This question is related to another one more specific on generating teX code for plots. W |

2022-11-26 18:27:01 +0100 | commented question | How to write a p-adic exponent b^k as a Power series in k ? Can you provide an example of b and k and the expected result? |

2022-11-24 18:58:05 +0100 | commented question | Sage 9.5 fails to start just after an installation You can use https://pastebin.com/ to share your logs. |

2022-11-20 17:20:50 +0100 | commented question | Solve a system of equation but shown variable is not defined. Change y[j,i] to var('y'+'_'+str(j)+'_'+str(1)) as above. |

2022-11-20 02:22:00 +0100 | commented answer | Return degree of polynomial in InfinitePolynomialRing Feel free to add an answer to your own question for benefits of other users. |

2022-11-19 19:37:59 +0100 | commented answer | Return degree of polynomial in InfinitePolynomialRing Unfortunately, implementation of InfinitePolynomialRing appears to be very shallow. You are welcome to submit a bugrepor |

2022-11-19 03:06:27 +0100 | edited answer | Return degree of polynomial in InfinitePolynomialRing A variable in InfinitePolynomialRing object does not exist until you explicitly introduce it. E.g., defining p = a[1]*a |

2022-11-19 03:04:31 +0100 | edited answer | Return degree of polynomial in InfinitePolynomialRing A variable in InfinitePolynomialRing object does not exist until you explicitly introduce it. E.g., defining p = a[1]*a |

2022-11-19 02:57:34 +0100 | edited answer | Return degree of polynomial in InfinitePolynomialRing A variable in InfinitePolynomialRing does not exist until you "touch" it on way or another. E.g., defining p = a[1]*a[2 |

2022-11-19 02:57:05 +0100 | answered a question | Return degree of polynomial in InfinitePolynomialRing The variable in InfinitePolynomialRing does not exist until you "touch" it on way or another. E.g., defining p = a[1]*a |

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2022-11-16 21:03:53 +0100 | commented question | Full MatrixSpace of 1 by 4 dense matrices over Finite Field of size 2' and 'Symbolic Ring' !!! can anyone know how to resolve this ? What is the point in defining a variable and then re-defining it right away? m1=matrix(GF(2),1,n); m1=(m*Gp); ... mc=m |

2022-11-16 21:03:20 +0100 | commented question | Full MatrixSpace of 1 by 4 dense matrices over Finite Field of size 2' and 'Symbolic Ring' !!! can anyone know how to resolve this ? What the point of defining a variable and re-defining it right away? m1=matrix(GF(2),1,n); m1=(m*Gp); ... mc=matrix(GF |

2022-11-16 18:35:35 +0100 | edited question | Full MatrixSpace of 1 by 4 dense matrices over Finite Field of size 2' and 'Symbolic Ring' !!! can anyone know how to resolve this ? Full MatrixSpace of 1 by 4 dense matrices over Finite Field of size 2' and 'Symbolic Ring' !!! can anyone know how to re |

2022-11-16 00:18:28 +0100 | answered a question | How to construct the quotient of a graph by a group of automorphisms Something like this should do the job: def MyFactor(G): A = G.automorphism_group() Orb = A.orbits() return |

2022-11-15 15:19:29 +0100 | commented question | Cylindrical Algebraic Decomposition and connected components Why? When we cross a boundary between two cells, the inequality corresponding to this boundary changes its sign. Hence, |

2022-11-15 15:18:52 +0100 | commented question | Cylindrical Algebraic Decomposition and connected components Why? When we cross a boundary between two cells, the inequality corresponding to this boundary changes its sign. Hence, |

2022-11-15 15:18:24 +0100 | commented question | Cylindrical Algebraic Decomposition and connected components Why? When we cross a boundary between two cell some inequality changes its sign. Hence, if there is a path connecting tw |

2022-11-14 06:12:57 +0100 | commented question | Cylindrical Algebraic Decomposition and connected components From reading documentation at https://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/reference/interfaces/sage/interfaces/qepcad.html#sage.int |

2022-11-12 23:42:22 +0100 | commented question | What is the formula to create the RSZ signatures in a bitcoin transaction? Can be made with just a public key? This is a theory question, which is not relevant to Sage. |

2022-11-12 03:42:21 +0100 | edited answer | Find all semistandard Young tableaux with the same content as a given tableau. Here is a quick'n'dirty generator for semistandard tableaux of given shape and with given content: def gent(shape,conte |

2022-11-12 03:41:23 +0100 | edited answer | Find all semistandard Young tableaux with the same content as a given tableau. Here is a quick'n'dirty generator for semistandard tableaux of given shape and with given content: def gent(shape,conte |

2022-11-12 03:40:29 +0100 | answered a question | Find all semistandard Young tableaux with the same content as a given tableau. Here is a quick'n'dirty generator for semistandard tableaux def gent(shape,content,frontline=None): if frontline i |

2022-11-12 02:45:04 +0100 | commented answer | Applying RREF transformation of one matrix to another Please provide examples of what you expect and what you get. Typesetting here supports Markdown syntax - see https://dar |

2022-11-11 05:44:10 +0100 | commented question | Problems with factoring exponents in a prime field m and n should be integers or elements of Zmod(p-1), but not of GF(p). I'm surprised Sage allowed you raise one element |

2022-11-11 05:44:02 +0100 | commented question | Problems with factoring exponents in a prime field m and n should be integers or elements of Zmod(p-1), but not of GF(p). I'm surprised Sage allowed you raise raise one el |

2022-11-11 05:43:30 +0100 | commented question | Problems with factoring exponents in a prime field m and n should be integer or elements of Zmod(p-1) but not GF(p). I'm surprised Sage allowed you raise raise one element |

2022-11-10 13:39:54 +0100 | commented question | LatexExpr and apostrophe Use double quotes? show(LatexExpr(r"\text{L' élément}") |

2022-11-03 19:46:55 +0100 | edited answer | How to take the index of a variable in sagemath? One possible solution is to construct/return not only a matrix but also a mapping (dict) of variables to their indices - |

2022-11-03 19:32:09 +0100 | answered a question | How to take the index of a variable in sagemath? One possible solution is to construct/return not only a matrix but also a mapping (dict) of variables to their indices - |

2022-11-03 19:22:50 +0100 | edited question | How to take the index of a variable in sagemath? How to take the index of a variable in sagemath? I used the method in the post to generate a matrix with entries which h |

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2022-11-02 14:35:15 +0100 | answered a question | Computing ratio of two elements in a large ring When the ratio of two elements is known to belong to the base ring (QQ in your example), it can be computed as the ratio |

2022-11-02 01:09:54 +0100 | commented question | Computing ratio of two elements in a large ring In this particular example you can compute the ratio as x.lift()/(a^3).lift() but I'm not sure it will work in general. |

2022-11-02 00:23:44 +0100 | edited question | splitting of primes in extension fields splitting of primes in extension fields Hi, I'm working on the maximal real subfield of the cyclotomic field of order 14 |

2022-11-02 00:22:08 +0100 | edited question | splitting of primes in extension fields splitting of primes in extension fields Hi, I'm working on the maximal real subfield of the cyclotomic field of order 14 |

2022-11-01 15:40:15 +0100 | edited answer | How to use all cores in solve() method? Your equations can be turned into polynomial ones, and thus you'll will have better control over their solution if you e |

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2022-11-01 05:49:50 +0100 | commented question | Factoring Polynomial in Finite field Thx for correction. I don't think Sage is capable of factoring polynomials of varying degree. But you can have a functio |

2022-11-01 05:34:17 +0100 | edited answer | Why does this code have trubles with a specific input? Your function fuser changes values of its arguments, and in inconsistent manner - eg., second argument w comes as a list |

2022-11-01 05:31:19 +0100 | answered a question | Why does this code have trubles with a specific input? Your function fuser changes values of its arguments, and in inconsistent manner - eg., second argument w comes as a list |

2022-11-01 04:34:12 +0100 | edited answer | How to use all cores in solve() method? Your equations can be turned into polynomial ones, and thus you'll will have better control over their solution if you e |

2022-11-01 04:27:22 +0100 | edited answer | How to use all cores in solve() method? Your equations can be turned into polynomial ones, and thus you'll will have better control over their solution if you e |

2022-11-01 04:22:39 +0100 | edited answer | How to use all cores in solve() method? |

2022-11-01 04:18:12 +0100 | answered a question | How to use all cores in solve() method? |

2022-11-01 03:23:09 +0100 | commented question | Split orthogonal group over a finite field Sound like a theory question.What is your trouble with Sage,? |

2022-10-31 23:07:49 +0100 | edited answer | Problem with extracting coefficients in a formal expression For .coefficient() method to work correctly a symbolic expression needs to be expanded first: WW23(ggg,1,7).expand().co |

2022-10-31 22:40:40 +0100 | answered a question | Problem with extracting coefficients in a formal expression For .coefficient() method to work correctly the expression needs to be expanded first: WW23(ggg,1,7).expand().coefficie |

2022-10-31 22:20:54 +0100 | edited question | Problem with extracting coefficients in a formal expression Problem with extracting coefficients in a formal expression I am computing recursively some big formal power series $f$ |

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