SAGE Math 4.1 released

July 13th, 2009 | Categories: math software, sage interactions | Tags:

My favourite free mathematics package has seen yet another relase. Released back on Thursday June 9th, version 4.1 of SAGE Math includes a nice array of new features, speed-ups and bug-fixes. Head over to the version 4.1 release tour for more details.

One of the things that I like about each new release of SAGE is that there is always something for everyone – no matter what their level of mathematics. For example, release 4.1 includes advanced functionality for constructing elliptic curves and also adds support for constructing irreducible representations of the symmetric group. On the other hand it also includes some new Sudoku solvers, faster integer division and improved histograms.

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If you are a user of SAGE then feel free to say hi in the comments section and let me know what you use it for.

  1. September 8th, 2009 at 07:43
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    I’m a Sage user (and developer). I use it for computing modular forms, elliptic curves, exact linear algebra, number fields, quaternion algebras, graphics/visualization, and teaching.

    — William