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Sage

Sage

Sage is a computer algebra system written in Python and Cython and integrates an included distribution of specialized mathematics software into a common experience. It tries to cover many aspects of mathematics, including algebra, combinatorics, numerical mathematics and calculus.

It combines various software packages and seamlessly integrates their functionality into a common experience. It is well suited for education, studying and research.

The interface is a notebook in a web-browser or the command-line. Using the notebook, Sage connects either locally to your own Sage installation or to a Sage server on the network. Inside the Sage notebook you can create embedded graphics, beautifully typeset mathematical expressions, add and delete input, and share your work across the network.

 Sage 6.3

Price
Free to download

Size
402MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
University of Washington

Website
www.sagemath.org

System Requirements
550MB disk space

Support:
Help and Support, FAQ, Mailing Lists, Planet Sage, Sage Wiki, Sage in the News

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Provides a notebook document interface
  • Provides a text-based command line interface
  • Includes MoinMoin as a Wiki system for knowledge management
  • Embed Sage inside LaTeX documents
  • Use sliders as input for calculations
  • Provides support for distributed computing
  • Provides interfaces to some third-party software like Mathematica, Magma, and Maple, which allows users to combine software and compare output and performance. It is therefore also a "front-end" to other mathematical tools similar to GNU TeXmacs

Software included in Sage:

Bzip2

bzip2 compression library

clisp

Common lisp interpreter

dokchitser-L

$ L$-series program

ec

Watkins elliptic curves package (modular degrees)

GAP

A System for Computational Discrete Algebra

GCL

GNU Scientific Library

genus2reduction

Reduction information about genus 2 curves

gfan

Computation of Groebner fans and toric varieties

GMP

GNU multiprecision arithmetic library

GMP-ECM

Highly optimized elliptic curve factorization program

gnuplotpy

Python graphics libraries

lcalc

Rubinstein's L-functions calculator

IPython

Interactive Python shell

MPFR

Multiprecision floating reals

Maxima

Symbolic algebra and Calculus

mwrank

Cremona's elliptic curves program

NTL

Number theory C++ library

Numeric

Python number-crunching routines

PARI

PARI number theory library

Pexpect

Python expect (for remote control of other systems)

Pyrex

Compiled extension language for Python

Python

Python

Readline

GNU Readline line editor library

simon-2descent

Algebraic $ 2$ -descents on elliptic curves

Singular

Polynomial computations in algebraic geometry, etc.

termcap

display terminal library

sympow

Symmetric power L-functions and modular degrees

Twisted

Networking framework

zlib

compression library

ZODB

Zope Object Database


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