[SciPy-user] from maple to scipy/numpy

Gabriel Gellner ggellner@uoguelph...
Mon Mar 19 11:55:34 CDT 2007


I second PyDX it is great, I use it mostly for the automatic
derivatives, very nice if you don't need compiled speed (it is still
quite fast anyway).

Gabriel

On Mon, Mar 19, 2007 at 08:23:10AM -0500, Bryan Van de Ven wrote:
> 
> SAGE looks pretty cool, I would just add PyDX
> 
> http://gr.anu.edu.au/svn/people/sdburton/pydx/doc/user-guide.html
> 
> as a package for differential geometry.
> 
> 
> Jan Groenewald wrote:
> > SAGE includes the following core software:
> > 
> > Group theory and combinatorics 	GAP, NetworkX
> > Symbolic computation and Calculus 	Maxima
> > Commutative algebra 	Singular
> > Number theory 	PARI, MWRANK, NTL
> > Graphics 	Matplotlib
> > Numerical methods 	GSL, Numpy
> > Mainstream programming language 	Python
> > Interactive shell 	IPython
> > Graphical User Interface 	The SAGE Notebook
> > Versioned Source Tracking 	Mercurial HG
> > 
> > cheers,
> > Jan
> 
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