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Well-known member
Jan 31, 2012
OK Im in a lock down here with my Governor ordering us stay hometho

So thot I would jump off the diving board into the world of SAGE

However when I went to google for guiding light on this I got intimidated fast

So Does anyone done square one and more I would like some tips

I did some SAGE about a year ago but it was a University Lab with a lot of help
I have forgotten everything...

thanks ahead....

I do know that SAGE is collaborative with Latex so that is a big plus


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MHB Math Scholar
Jan 30, 2012
I've been using Sage for generating problems in linear algebra and graph theory. It has nice functions for generating random matrices with integer reduced row echelon form. But I am only a beginner. I am working with text command line.

There are a couple of books: Sage for Undergraduates, and Computational Mathematics with SageMath. They are easy to find online.