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Dec
18
answered How to eliminate the square?
Dec
13
comment Chaotic billiard with TikZ
One way of achieving what you want is explained here:1. create the tikzpicture environment, 2. use the sagetex package to do the calculations in the CAS Sage, 3. insert the calculations into latex commands by calling a \sagestr{output} command inside the tikzpicture environment.
Nov
27
comment Cannot find where I made a mistake
That compiles without a problem for me. I pasted it into the WriteLateX site as well and it compiles there, also.
Nov
16
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Nov
16
revised Materials for learning TikZ
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Nov
16
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
13
comment Internationalization of output in package skak
This question is a little strange since "Algebraic notation is the official notation of FIDE which must be used in all recognized international competition involving human players.". Although letters for the pieces may vary according to language, Figurine Algebraic Notation along with various annotation symbols is the way chess has been internationalized already as popularized by Chess Informant
Oct
6
comment How to just print the calculation using sagetex
If projetmbc's suggestion doesn't work then I doubt it can be done. I think there will have to be complications if you want the power of a CAS in the background: it needs to know the values b1, b2, e1, ...etc. Typesetting manually may be easier now but it will be prone to human error if you "plan to do similar but more complex things". In any event, you should consider asking your question here if nobody has a satisfactory answer.
Oct
5
answered How to just print the calculation using sagetex
Oct
4
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
1
comment Permutation cycle notation
There is a permute package which you can use.
Sep
21
answered The package to visualize graphs
Sep
15
comment How to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in plain TeX?
Sagetex is part of TeX Live says "One potentially confusing issue is...TeXLive 2009 includes SageTeX. This may seem nice, but...it’s important...Sage bits and LaTeX bits be synchronized–which is a problem...since both Sage and SageTeX are updated frequently, and TeXLive is not.". In order to use sagetex you've needed (until Sagemath cloud) Sage installed on your computer. Since most people have an internet connection, no reason to limit yourself to plain Tex; you get Sage/sagetex functionality,too.
Sep
14
comment How to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in plain TeX?
It's for latex; I adjusted my answer to indicate that fact. The code above modifies weeks with the second sagesilent session modifying weeks.
Sep
14
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Sep
14
answered How to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in plain TeX?
Aug
3
revised Ask for guidelines for building a Chinese chess with tikz
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Aug
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answered Ask for guidelines for building a Chinese chess with tikz
Jul
31
comment Drawing bipartite graph
There is an introductory video on using Sage for graph theory here. It will give you an idea of the power Sage will give you.