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# Two-Dimensional Plots in SAGE [ID:711] (2/4)

## in series: Scientific Computing Using SAGE

## video tutorial by unpingco, added 05/08

Name:
[6237] unpingco

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93 months

Authored:
40 videos

Description:
Python for
scientific and large-scale computing. ...

Our authors tell us that feedback from you is a big motivator. Please take a few moments to let them know what you think of their work.

In this part, we discuss two-dimensional plotting in SAGE using symbolic expressions and data lists. We illustrate the usefulness of certain Firefox extensions from the browser-based SAGE notebook interface.

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The sage interphase is awesome! I love the graphing functions it has.

Great intro to try and canvas the many features but not be too overwhelming. Wasn't really clear about why the 'zip' function was needed.

ok

Thanks! I'll definitely be exploring browser plugins now that you've made me aware of them.

Very well done. Very informative.

I would like to see additional examples that cover the same subject area with other sage functions.

I'm glad you've kept your samples at the undergraduate level.

Thanks

Nice video.

It is really helpful

Rahul

Hello unpingco,

This tutorial is fascinating. Thanks!

Excellent Introduction,thank you!!

Excellent overview of subject

great tutorials. many thanks. pls do more.

Great work. I am highly motivated to try out more of it.

Great intro to using sage, which I will try shortly

Very helpful tutorial

Very good.

Very good introduction... this will definetely motivate people to switch from software like Matlab to SAGE

thank you

Really good stuff here- Thanks!

This are very good videos and

would like to get more of these

This was really helpful... I new to sage and it great to have some one give me a quick tour around...thks again

very useful video. I just "discovered" sage and your vid was most helpful in my introduction.

Very useful tutorial.

Thank you for the video. This seems like a viable alternative to maple for many purposes. The background info was interesting in your first video of this series. Ken G

Great Introduction

Thanks

Best Wishes

Wow!

Sage is very impressive, and so is the video!

THANKS.

very helpful video, thank you

Great introduction. Some basic examples of working with files of data to produce various types of plots would be a fantastic addition. Thanks.

Very useful. Thank you.

Great! Would love to see the next part!

Great, but where is the third part about 3D plotting?

Great tutorial! Waiting for the next part!

Thankyou very much. Sage has been sitting unused on my laptop as I did not know where to start till I stumbled over your excellent tutorials. If you are ever in Brisbane I will buy you a beer.

Great job!

you have a very nice community ,

thank you for the valuable information.

Super! So simple!!!

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