Category SymPy

The end of a journey

It all began sometime during this February/March when I had nothing to do (I almost have nothing to do always) and people around me were doing cool stuff, when I thought of giving GSoC a shot. (I had initially thought GSoC was for people who knew ten programming languages before they were born, or who […]

Towards the end

Hi, I finally managed to do some amount of work for the past ten days, and I’m happy to day that all that I had wanted to do this GSoC has been pushed in and I’m waiting for comments on my final Pull Request. These were the changes that I had made. 1. Making stuff […]

Moving on to power series methods

Hi, Sorry for the late post this week. I couldn’t do much of work last week, but I did manage to write some code. First of all, I managed to get the lie group hint finally in.  The Pull Request can be seen here, . Its nice to see the work that you have […]

Slow Progress

Hi, this week I decided to take a break from my actual GSoC project, and work on things that would indirectly some parts of my GSoC project. Firstly, I discovered this bug, when I was playing with the lie group solver, . I thought I could fix it myself, but the source code of […]

Lie Group hint for SymPy

Hi, this week started with two of my previous PR’s getting merged (finally). 1.  The heuristics PR – 2. The variable coefficient PDE – I started working on the integration of the infinitesimals to the present dsolve architecture. Before telling about the issues I ran into (a number of them actually), let me […]

GSoC – Mid term report

Hi,  I passed the midterm evaluations of GSoC, this is what I have accomplished till now. 1] Built the basic infrastructure of the pde module, and added hints that could solve general Partial Differential Equations with constant coefficients 2] Added a function, infinitesimals , that would try to find out the required infinitesimals of any […]

Half the “summer” gone by

Hello, before I blog about my SymPy work, its going to be an exciting new semester in college (I hope) , and a set of new interesting courses (or courses with interesting names atleast) to be bunked. Last semester, just flew away,  I have the faintest idea of what happened , and I’m just hoping […]