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2018-03-21 07:11:51 -0600 answered a question TypeError: 'sage.rings.integer.Integer' object is not iterable

Change the variable in your third loop from i to, say, k. The variable i is supposed to be a subset of m.

2018-01-17 14:52:23 -0600 commented answer A non-web based GUI for SAGE

@tmonteil You say jupyterlab is "web-based": do you mean browser-based?

2018-01-17 14:49:21 -0600 commented answer A non-web based GUI for SAGE

Thanks, that worked! I did sage -f on openssl, python2 and pip. I didn't do the make build. (Although I had to temporarily move /opt/local as sage complained about "found MacPorts in /opt/local/bin/port".) Then jupyterlab installed fine.

2018-01-17 04:53:20 -0600 commented answer A non-web based GUI for SAGE

Is it possible to install this if I'm running the Mac OS X app version (SageMath 8.0)? There is the problem of pip not working with SSL. I tried downloading jupyterlab and installing from the download path -- as per the instructions at https://ask.sagemath.org/question/38746/sage-pip-not-compatible-with-pypi/?answer=38773#post-id-38773 (https://ask.sagemath.org/question/387...) -- but it seems to have dependencies, such as jupyterlab_launcher which it then can't download.

2018-01-11 13:25:31 -0600 commented question TypeError: 'int' object is not iterable

I can't see any Sage here. It looks like this is just Python and TensorFlow. This site is a Q&A forum for SageMath.