Monday, April 5, 2021

Sage Seminar . . .

The seminar is scheduled for March 19, 2019, in room 3410. The updated seminar schedule will be published here once known.
  • A guidebook for ECC students. It is a basic tutorial, and I will cover how it should be used during the presentation.
  • Some projects to consider doing if you finished the tutorial in the guidebook. Again, I will present how this document should be used during the presentation.
These documents are in draft mode, and updates will be made frequently. If you see an error, I would appreciate your letting me know.

These additional resources may prove helpful.
  • Gregory Bard's website has a free book on using Sage. It is worth taking a look at!
  • Another excellent, and free Sage textbook, is Computational Mathematics with SageMath. I suggest watching my video on how to read a textbook first!
  • David Joyner and William Granville published a free book on using Sage for differential calculus. Again, it is worth taking a look!
  • Sean Mauch has a rather lengthy tome on Applied Mathematics, and it's free to download. Free does not always mean useless, and in this case, this free book may cause you a lifetime of thought.
Some Sage videos . . .