Download and run
Since all SageManifolds code is included in SageMath 7.5, it suffices to install the latter from the SageMath download page.
NB: SageMath versions lower than 7.5 contained only limited pieces of SageManifolds and therefore required some extra installation from SageManifolds website; this is no longer the case, so we urge you to upgrade to SageMath 7.5!
Installing SageMath 7.5 from a downloaded binary archive is very easy.
For instance, if your system is Ubuntu 16.04, download the archive
sage-7.5.1-Ubuntu_16.04-x86_64.tar.bz2 from one the
mirrors and type the
following lines in a terminal:
bunzip2 sage-7.5.1-Ubuntu_16.04-x86_64.tar.bz2 tar xvf sage-7.5.1-Ubuntu_16.04-x86_64.tar cd SageMath ./sage -n jupyterA Jupyter home page should then open in your browser. Click on "New" and select "SageMath 7.5.1" to open a Jupyter notebook with a SageMath kernel. In the first cell, if you type
Manifold(2, 'M')the output should be
2-dimensional differentiable manifold M
Use without installation
Instead of installing SageMath on your computer, you can run it remotely via the SageMathCloud:
- in a Jupyter notebook: in the Kernel menu, choose Change kernel and select SageMath 7.5; besides, use
'jmol'as the 3D viewer instead of
- in a SageMath worksheet: works out of the box (since SMC has been updated to SageMath 7.5);
NB: to have nice LaTeX-typeset outputs, type in the first cell:
Another option is to use Sage Debian Live, which is a USB key with SageMath preinstalled. Make sure that the Sage Debian Live version is >= 7.5 (should be available soon).
local/share/doc/sage/html/en/reference/manifolds/index.htmlunder your SageMath root directory, while the reference manual of the pure algebraic part of SageManifolds is located in
local/share/doc/sage/html/en/reference/tensor_free_modules/index.htmlFinally, SageMath whole reference manual, with SageManifolds parts inserted, is located in
PDF manualsThe PDF reference manuals are generated by
./sage -docbuild reference/manifolds pdf ./sage -docbuild reference/tensor_free_modules pdf
The SageManifolds reference manual is then
under your SageMath root directory, while the reference manual of the
pure algebraic part of SageManifolds
Tutorial and extra documentation
Python source files
The Python source files of SageManifolds are located in two subdirectories of your SageMath root directory:
src/sage/tensor/modules/for the pure algebraic part (tensors on free modules)
src/sage/manifolds/for the topological and differential parts
See the Contribute section if you would like to modify or add some code.
Downloading example worksheets and extra stuff
In a directory different from the root of your SageMath install, type
git clone https://github.com/sagemanifolds/SageManifolds.git
and take a look at
The example worksheets can also be downloaded directly from the examples page, by clicking on [ipynb] (Jupyter notebook format).