Sage is a python-based mathematics software that is called from the command line and comes by default in a CLI version. There is a notebook version that can be called from the CLI by typing notebook(). It is called sagemath here to distinguish sage from the other uses of the word.
I installed the package cantor-backend-sage, and then started up cantor, but Sage isn't one of the options for the backend when it starts up. How can I get cantor to use sage as a backend?
I just installed the Sage software on Ubuntu, using the instructions on the following thread. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=987954 I have ubuntu 12.04 installed on a sony vaio machine, ...
Sage is a python-based mathematics software that integrates a wide range of mathematics software into a single python interface. Calling sage from the terminal (which is how you call it) creates a ...
I have Sage installed via the instructions given on the page https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SAGE and I tried to follow the instructions for getting a desktop icon but I couldn't understand them. ...