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Julia – Symbolic Math and Matrices

Started porting some Octave code over to Julia. Nice to see the SymPy package working nicely. This short post shows how to create a 2 dimensional Array, containing symbols. Here is a small snippet that creates a 3×2 Array of symbols with the appropriate subscripts. ie: Array{Sym,2}. Notice the similarity to Python’s List comprehension syntax. […]


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