I agree, using a virtual memory setup is not what I would call good. Linux is the natural way to run Sage. The other options, Geogebra and Maxima, run in windows.

I've tried to download Maxima, and I've obtained this error: error writing to file vtkCommonDataModel.dll.

]]>Mathegocart wrote:I was wondering about the most ubiquitous CASes and and I found the prices were prohibitively expensive: etc Mathematica(195 for 12-month period), MATLAB(>2000 dollars), etc etc..

I was wondering if there was a system akin to these ones....sage is free and it is great too.

it is somewhat convoluted to download Sage on a non-Linux device, unfortunately..

]]>I was wondering about the most ubiquitous CASes and and I found the prices were prohibitively expensive: etc Mathematica(195 for 12-month period), MATLAB(>2000 dollars), etc etc..

I was wondering if there was a system akin to these ones....

sage is free and it is great too.

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