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2016-11-04 20:23:56 +0100 | commented answer | Use cumulative distribution functions Here is a shortened version of what I did in R, and would like to replicate in sagemath: |

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2016-11-04 13:02:15 +0100 | commented answer | Use cumulative distribution functions Thanks. However, this does not seem to allow me to use N(x) in an expression as I would do with any other (symbolic) function. For example, I'm not even able to 'plot(1-N,(x,0,10))' This is unfortunate, as I wanted to translate into sagemath a simulation I did in R, where I can use "proper" functions, such as 'plnorm' and 'dlnorm' |

2016-11-04 07:01:49 +0100 | commented answer | Use cumulative distribution functions But what if I need to use it as/in a symbolic function? |

2016-11-03 23:57:25 +0100 | asked a question | Use cumulative distribution functions I don't understand how to use cumulative distribution functions in sagemath.
For example, I'd like to define a function it does not seem to work at all |

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2016-04-23 09:20:36 +0100 | commented answer | Function with a lower limit Besides, the function |

2016-04-23 08:57:03 +0100 | commented answer | Function with a lower limit You are right: it seems to work with |

2016-04-23 00:10:44 +0100 | asked a question | Function with a lower limit I need to define a function like the following: I tried different solutions: or: However, when I try to plot them, they do not seem to work: the first ignores the lower bound, while the second is always zero. This is strange, as when I try |

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2016-04-14 18:51:05 +0100 | asked a question | SageMath @interact under Jupyter I'm trying to take advantage of the power of SageMath and the superior efficiency and beauty of Jupyter notebooks. I open locally my notebooks with the command: Is there a way to make sagemath @interact commands available to Jupyter? Are there plans to use the same commands and provide a more complete support of SageMath under Jupyter? |

2016-04-13 16:19:49 +0100 | asked a question | Define a function with different cases I'm working with a function whose functional form is different at a specific value of the parameter (a=1): Is it possible to define once and for all a function U(x,L,a) which includes the parameter as a variable so that I don't need to redefine it when a = 1? |

2015-05-06 20:26:34 +0100 | asked a question | Solve a system of nonlinear equations I'm trying to solve the following system of nonlinear equation: I expect that sage gives me a symbolic solution, the output is the following: As I am a newbie to sage, I wonder if there's something wrong/missing |

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