Sep
22
awarded  Revolution
Jul
7
comment Sage: What exactly is Sage?
Hi there! I am not sure this is exactly a good fit: you can find a lot of information about what Sage is, by going through the documentation available from sagemath.org/doc.
Jun
13
comment Sage: How can I run Sage in Windows?
I think the -1 here is since someone thought the question is too broad. So, probably, a more specific question would be more welcome. However, I think I would have +1'ed this question, and probably written an answer with pointer to the manual, and asking to post here with more specific queries as they arise...
Jun
7
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
6
awarded  Movement
Jun
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
5
comment Sage: How to handle polyhedra with arbitrary precision in Sage?
I was thinking as much that this might be what you had in mind! :-) Anyway, thanks for following the proposal and pass the info on!
Jun
5
comment Sage: How to handle polyhedra with arbitrary precision in Sage?
@Moritz: There is no real patch there. So, I think it is not implemented yet. :-(
Jun
5
awarded  Editor
Jun
5
revised Sage
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Jun
4
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
3
comment Sage: How do I calculate <something> **directly** in GAP?
This will be surely on-topic.
Jun
2
awarded  Centrist
Jun
2
awarded  Grassroots
Jun
1
awarded  Caucus
Jun
1
proposed question Sage: Is it possible to use Sage from IPython notebook instead of the one being shipped by default?
Jun
1
proposed question Sage: Can you suggest some textbooks for a one-semester course in <such-and-such> that emphasises on computational aspects using sage?
Jun
1
comment Sage: Can one define and compute with Dirichlet series in Sage?
(This is probably one of kcrisman's questions on ask.sage; I recall having read this question...)
Jun
1
proposed question Sage: Can one define and compute with Dirichlet series in Sage?
Jun
1
proposed question Sage: How do I declare a whole bunch of variables x1,.., x100 in one go in Sage?
Jun
1
comment Sage: Is <such-and-such> algorithm implemented in Sage?
An answer to this question would probably expose the search_* commands among other strategies...
Jun
1
proposed question Sage: Is <such-and-such> algorithm implemented in Sage?
Jun
1
created Sage
Apr
21
awarded  Upholder
Feb
26
comment History of Science and Mathematics: What are some examples of theorems/lemmas attributed to someone who is not its discoverer or discovered it after it was already known?
Perhaps too broad but I think this question is interesting if we restrict ourselves to just one area of Mathematics, for example.
Feb
26
proposed question History of Science and Mathematics: What are some examples of theorems/lemmas attributed to someone who is not its discoverer or discovered it after it was already known?
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24
awarded  Advocate
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19
awarded  Pioneer