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  • Aug 05 12:45

    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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  • Jul 27 18:26

    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSoC_Pr4.1_Implementing_few_series_methods_for_bessel_functions

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  • Jul 26 08:30

    anutosh491 on GSOC_PR3_Implementing_nseries_for_some_inverse_functions

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    anutosh491 on GSOC_PR3_Implementing_nseries_for_some_inverse_functions

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SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
@Arpan612 thanks
Samfield Hawb Bassey
@psalmfill
Hello Everyone, My Name is Samfield Hawb, I wish to contribute to sympy during this year GSoC
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
how can i run my project after i made a change?
Arpan Chattopadhyay
@Arpan612
@shubham-khantwal Could you please elaborate?
@psalmfill Hi, welcome to SymPy. Please find the links below to get started.
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
actually , i made changes to my clone repo and i want to check them . since i have installed sympy from pip , how can i make sure that the code is being checked by my clones repo or installed sympy library?
Arpan Chattopadhyay
@Arpan612
Firstly close any open files and terminal. Then please go to your clone repo folder by terminal and then run the python file which will open your application.
Hope it helps.
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
i found a link https://github.com/sympy/sympy/#user-content-tests . can this help?
Kritika Gupta
@kritika12298
Hello I am Kritika Gupta and am looking forward to contribute to the project Classical Mechanics: Implement an O(N) Equation of Motions Method.
Please guide me on how to get started
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal

Firstly close any open files and terminal. Then please go to your clone repo folder by terminal and then run the python file which will open your application.

right , I could not get that application file , in this case i want to know sympy main file that i could run and check whether all function are working properly or not

Arpan Chattopadhyay
@Arpan612
@shubham-khantwal If you just want to check, I think using sympy bot will be a good idea.
@kritika12298 Hi Kritika, welcome to SymPy. Please find the links below to get started.
harshavardhan-99
@harshavardhan-99
I am harrsha from iiit hyderabad india. I am interested in working on "Continuum mechanics: Creating a Rich beam Solver and Extending Continuum Mechanics module". I have thought of possible addition I can make to this module . I'm even working on some issues.
The issues are :
Developing polygon geometric cross-sections using FEM modelling of the cross section
Calculating the first moment of area for ellipses class
Making composite shapes using Boolean operations on basic shapes in the geometry module.
Developing separate cross section APIs for steel and concrete beam(with reinforcement orientation included)(including T beam , Rectangular, Steel)
Implementing Moment curvature module for nonlinear analysis of Beam
Plotting graphs related to Moment curvature analysis.
Implementing fiber analysis model of Beam
2D frame structure implementation and its calculations using method of matrix displacement method. It won’t be a part of beam module, but can be taken under continuum mechanics.
Performing stability analysis of columns and frame
Implementing simple frames Buckling and its calculations.
Plotting graphs related to frame buckling
Please suggest any particular issues I can add to my proposal which are more important this time.
Mean while I will come up with my plan on implementing these to the sympy repo
harshavardhan-99
@harshavardhan-99
I will send the proposal plan to the corresponding mentor in mailing list
Please review it
Smit Gajjar
@smitgajjar
There is no documentation for C and Fortran Parser which is in parsing package! If it is available, please share the link here. Thanks
Vatsal Srivastava
@sava-1729
Hi, I have added a function to sets.py, but it's not getting imported along with the other classes/functions in sets.py
Please help
Also, how are we supposed to run tests?
Vatsal Srivastava
@sava-1729
I have installed sympy via pip, and cloned the repo too, in separate directories though. So is it getting confused because of that?
Smit Gajjar
@smitgajjar
@sava-1729 Try calling that function from your module after specifying relative or absolute path to the sympy repo you cloned
Something like this
from <path>.sympy import sets
Or if your module lies in sympy repo, simply: from sympy import sets
Anubhav Gupta
@sudoWin
Another way of doing that could be you can just go to your cloned folder, and then you can do
python3 ./bin/isympy
That will run an IPython Notebook with your module and changes imported
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
can somebody explain how isympy is running notebook . all i see is some os and sys code that is working over some path
Kalevi Suominen
@jksuom
This is the chain of calls: isympy -> init_session -> ipython -> notebook.
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
ok... thanks
Maarten van der Velde - (Ideogram)
@ideogram

Dear people, I hope I can 'shoot' a quick question here...: Is there a way to PREVENT sympy's evalf() function from interpreting the letter 𝐈 (capital i) as √-1 ? For that matter, can I pursuade it to understand the letters E and N as 'just' another symbol holding a variable?

(I tried googling it, but this question seems a bit too vague for Google to handle. Neither can I find anything in the documentation of the eval function or in source code of SymPy)

Kalevi Suominen
@jksuom
Would it suffice to define those as symbols: E, I, N = symbols('E I N')?
Maarten van der Velde - (Ideogram)
@ideogram
Okay, I will try that. I did not define them, as I used subs. Thanks!
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
hello guys , i got an error "cannot import name add" . Can somebody help me with that ? i am getting this error whenever i am trying to shift function from one class to another or while creating new class
Maarten van der Velde - (Ideogram)
@ideogram
@jksuom Thanks,... it didn't help, though :)
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
@ideogram why you want to use only predefined symbols. why don't you use another set?
Maarten van der Velde - (Ideogram)
@ideogram
@shubham-khantwal It might, in the most extreme case, be used on user input. 'I' is a common variable to use for iterations, so I can expect people to use that variable.
SHUBHAM KHANTWAL
@shubham-khantwal
OK..
Maarten van der Velde - (Ideogram)
@ideogram
I now notice that is only capital "I, E and N" that have this problem, 'i, e en n' are okay. But still.