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    Default SageMath

    There´s a new computer algebra system, which promises to be more advanced, yet compatible with the old yet trusted Maxima. The name of this new CAS is SageMath. Like Maxima (MACSYMA), it is open-source (ie free). I will be trying it soon and hope it is completely compatible with Maxima, since Maxima had some built-in optimizations for Relativity.
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    Thanks!
    Mission: Creating a viable free open source alternative to Magma, Maple, Mathematica and Matlab.
    To make sure this message is long enough, I guess I should add "maybe"?

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    Default Re: SageMath

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