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Sage: Open Source Mathematical Software

I attended Sage Days 25, India, held at IIT Bombay. Sage is an ambitious mathematical open source software written mainly in python very actively developed and has gone from just an algebraic geometry software to a giant mathematical piece of work ready to replace matlab and/or similar softwares.

Sage is growing, and growing very fast. Also with sage you can actually run maple, mathematica, etc. codes without any hiccups. The founder, developer and mathematician – William Stein has been instrumental in bringing sage to a stage where it is. Sage has basic to advanced implementations on almost all mathematical fields I have ever heard of and much more apart from that.

One thing worth mentioning is the sage web-based notebook feature. You have to try it to believe me. It’s is wonderfully easy and intuitive and just a great implementation of the so-called terminal based software into the browser itself. Anyone involved in mathematical computing, I would suggest you to try sage!

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