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Introducing Sympy -- Symbolic Mathematics within IPython [ID:1413] (9/18)

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Introducing Sympy for symbolic mathematics within IPython. Basic operations and advice for Windows users.

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Very nice, I am pretty new to sympy and didn't know about lambdify until now.

6. viagra from canada Sat, 10 Jul 2010 10:20

Great intro!

It has made me want to learn more about Sympy

Thanks a million!

5. jasa SEO, Backlink, Blogwalking murah Sun, 04 Apr 2010 11:28

I've just installed Ipython and this is the first I've heard of Sympy. Its interesting, so maybe I'll install it and play with it.

4. jasa SEO, Backlink, Blogwalking murah Fri, 19 Mar 2010 21:05

It's a good general introduction of sympy.


3. anonymous Sat, 26 Dec 2009 14:45

Very nice. I have been wondering how to use the result of a Sympy manipulation in something else (lambdify) Really helpful (I'll probably even use lambdify in the next week)

2. anonymous Mon, 19 Oct 2009 12:52

Great video. I am a newbie to sympy and this has motivated me too look further into the project. I hope you'll have more video on specific sympy tasks...

Thanks! Albert

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