2024-03-07 21:44:40 +0200 | marked best answer | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings I am working with
following which I declare |

2024-03-07 21:44:36 +0200 | commented answer | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings Seems to be doing the job quite alright. I find it unintuitive and restrictive that the substitution has to be made into |

2024-03-07 06:12:13 +0200 | edited question | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings I am working with R.<q,t& |

2024-03-07 06:10:30 +0200 | commented question | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings I mean being able to evaluate something like Ht[2,1,1] but with the substitution q=t or t=1. |

2024-03-06 19:11:50 +0200 | edited question | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings Substituting variables in instances of elements of polynomial rings I am working with R.<q,t> = PolynomialRing(Q |

2024-03-06 19:11:30 +0200 | edited question | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings Substituting variables in instances of elements of polynomial rings I am working with R.<q,t> = PolynomialRing(Q |

2024-03-06 18:30:53 +0200 | asked a question | Substituting variables in instances of elements of SymmetricFunctions of polynomial rings Substituting variables in instances of elements of polynomial rings I am working with R.<q,t> = PolynomialRing(Q |

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2024-02-25 21:52:09 +0200 | edited question | Applying RREF transformation of one matrix to another Applying RREF transformation of one matrix to another Given a matrix M, let M' be the matrix created by M.rref(). Let E |

2024-02-25 14:41:02 +0200 | commented question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions Just to be clear, do you want me to write the method directly into my copy of Sage @FrédéricC ? Apologies for the late r |

2024-02-25 14:39:06 +0200 | commented question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions Just to be clear, do you want me to write the function directly into my copy of Sage @FrédéricC ? Apologies for the late |

2024-02-25 14:38:36 +0200 | commented question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions Just to be clear, do you want me to write the function directly into my copy of Sage? @FrédéricC |

2024-02-23 10:45:45 +0200 | commented question | Bug: RSK Kills Kernel @FrédéricC I remarked the same above. However, in this case, RSK should return a ValueError, and not kill the kernel ins |

2024-02-23 10:45:28 +0200 | commented question | Bug: RSK Kills Kernel @FredericC I remarked the same above. However, in this case, RSK should return a ValueError, and not kill the kernel ins |

2024-02-23 10:45:14 +0200 | commented question | Bug: RSK Kills Kernel @FredericC I remarked the same above. However, in this case, RSK should return a ValueError, and not kill the kernel ins |

2024-02-23 10:43:54 +0200 | commented question | Bug: RSK Kills Kernel @FredericC I remarked the same above. However, in this case, RSK should return a ValueError, and not kill the kernel ins |

2024-02-22 14:34:15 +0200 | asked a question | Bug: RSK Kills Kernel Bug: RSK Kills Kernel I am using Sage 10.0 on an M2 Silicon chip Macbook Air 13'. Method of replicating bug: I accident |

2024-02-20 09:12:01 +0200 | commented question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions That's not the same as co-arm, though. In English notation, the cells to the right constitute the arm, and the cells to |

2024-02-20 09:11:42 +0200 | commented question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions That's not the same as co-arm, though. In English notation, the cells to the right constitute the arm, and the cells to |

2024-02-20 09:10:26 +0200 | commented question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions That's not the same as co-arm, though. In English notation, the cells to the right constitute the arm, and the cells to |

2024-02-19 20:14:55 +0200 | edited question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions There is a method arm_length(i,j) which returns the arm length of the partit |

2024-02-19 20:13:34 +0200 | asked a question | Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions Add co_arm_length method to Sage partitions There is a method arm_length(i,j) which returns the arm length of the partit |

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2024-02-04 07:59:01 +0200 | commented question | Variable Matrices on Sage Okay, I am not sure what happened. The command matrix(R,n,n) seemed to be yielding this error. But when I ran the notebo |

2024-02-03 19:57:17 +0200 | edited question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I am using Sagemath 10. I wish to work with matrices whose entries are multivariate polynomial |

2024-02-03 19:49:44 +0200 | commented question | Variable Matrices on Sage Before that, I must remark that it didn't resolve the issue. It complains about getting too many arguments. Which makes |

2024-02-03 19:49:39 +0200 | commented question | Variable Matrices on Sage Before that, I must remark that it didn't resolve the issue. It complains about getting too many arguments. |

2024-02-03 19:47:47 +0200 | edited question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I am using Sagemath 10. I wish to work with matrices whose entries are multivariate polynomial |

2024-02-03 19:47:33 +0200 | commented question | Variable Matrices on Sage Before that, I must remark that it didn't resolve the issue. It complains about getting too many arguments. |

2024-02-03 12:42:05 +0200 | edited question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I wish to work with matrices whose entries are multivariate polynomial ring variables (nothing |

2024-02-03 12:41:37 +0200 | edited question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I wish to work with matrices whose entries are multivariate polynomial ring variables (nothing |

2024-02-03 12:40:57 +0200 | edited question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I wish to work with matrices whose entries are ring variables (nothing funky, R = PolynomialRi |

2024-02-03 12:36:25 +0200 | edited question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I wish to work with matrices whose entries are ring variables (nothing funky, PolynomialRing(Q |

2024-02-03 12:34:40 +0200 | asked a question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I wish to work with matrices whose entries are ring variables (nothing funky, PolynomialRing(Q |

2024-02-03 12:34:35 +0200 | asked a question | Variable Matrices on Sage Variable Matrices on Sage I wish to work with matrices whose entries are ring variables (nothing funky, PolynomialRing(Q |

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2024-02-02 21:39:21 +0200 | commented answer | Dark Mode Jupyter Notebook Thanks! Your method of loading the themes didn't work (in particular my notebook couldn't find jupyterthemes), but the d |

2024-02-02 18:26:42 +0200 | commented answer | Dark Mode Jupyter Notebook Thanks! Your method of loading the themes didn't work, but the documentation on the webpage asks me to run !jt -r <i |

2024-02-02 18:26:32 +0200 | commented answer | Dark Mode Jupyter Notebook Thanks! Your method of loading the themes didn't work, but the documentation on the webpage asks me to run !jt -r <i |

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2023-09-02 22:47:07 +0200 | commented answer | Square roots of positive definite matrices In that case, do you believe there is any alternative method? |

2023-09-02 01:12:39 +0200 | commented answer | Square roots of positive definite matrices Thanks! While it works for $B$, it still fails for the matrix in my context. I think nested roots are too problematic so |

2023-09-02 00:35:30 +0200 | commented answer | Square roots of positive definite matrices Thanks! While it works for $B$, it still fails for the matrix in my context. I think nested roots are too problematic so |

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