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[Axiom-developer] Re: SymPy on Axiom Wiki

From: Ondrej Certik
Subject: [Axiom-developer] Re: SymPy on Axiom Wiki
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2007 14:51:54 +0200

I created another example in the Sandbox to show how to compute a
limit in SymPy, as this is probably the only feature of SymPy that can
be interesting, from the algorithms point of view.

Another easy way to play with SymPy is just to download it and start
bin/isympy. No installation is needed, just a standard python

If anyone of you plays with it, I am very interested in your opinions
(interface, features, etc.).


On 3/31/07, Bill Page <address@hidden> wrote:
Axiom Developers;

The Axiom wiki provides an online interface to Sage. Since Sage is
really "just Python" is a customized IPython front-end, it is also
possible to run most Python programs and to display the output
on the wiki. I have installed SymPy on the
server, so now it is also possible to display wiki pages containing
SymPy code and output. For example see:

If you would like to experiment with SymPy and contribute to the
online documentation about the relationship betweeen SymPy,
Python, Axiom and other computer algebra systems please feel
free to create some new SandBox pages and expand on the

Creating a SandBox page on the Axiom wiki is easy. Just enter a
new page name in the 'Add Comments' box at the bottom of a page,
or after you click 'edit' to modify a page. For example:

  [SandBox SymPy Test 2]

After you click 'Save' a link will be displayed to the new page will
be displayed with a blue ? beside it. Clicking the ? will let you
enter text of the new page. If you use 'SandBox' as the prefix of
the name, your changes and experiments will not be sent out as
email to the wiki subscribers. Be Bold.

Bill Page.

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