[SciPy-dev] equivalent to online Octave calculator?
Mon Jun 25 07:41:07 CDT 2007
No. The urls you provide (in top of web page) requires registering.
Versions of numpy & scipy are unknown and of course nightly builds are
As for the SAGE project itself, I think there too many info about
rational numbers, rings, polynomials in documentation and too small
about most common funcs. Maybe it is what *William Stein* is keen on,
but I guess ordinary users first of all need ordinary float-point
I had spent several days trying to learn SAGE but anyway now I think it
would better to rely on scipy.org own online tool than other project one.
Peter Skomoroch wrote:
> Would something like SAGE be what you are looking for?
> On 6/25/07, * dmitrey* <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> has numpy/scipy project something equivalent to online Octave
> If no, I guess it would be very useful for checking numpy/scipy
> bugs -
> are those related to user's old scipy/numpy version or they are due to
> build options and/or lack of some libraries (atlas, blas, lapack
> etc; or
> due to their obsolete versions installed).
> Also, I think it would be very useful and convenient if there will be
> radiobutton provided which version to use: either latest release or
> nightly build.
> (or maybe some scipy releases + some numpy releases, including nightly
> Also, scikits might be connected in future to the frame; and some
> could be implemented (for example, no more than 60 sec cputime per day
> from single IP)
> So, what are your suggestions?
> Regards, Dmitrey.
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