drawing tetraks & other lattice things

About: sagemath - open-source mathematical software system

open source like mathlab etc. Seems to be written for python thumbs up

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  1. lattice

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Mark de LA says
nathan 2016-03-17 17:28:39 [item 20582#49721]
Did you know that python 

Python 2.5.1

is already installed at the FBI?

Mark 2016-03-17 17:50:10 [item 20582#49722]
Nice to know.  I have 2.76 already locally.  I have 3.0 somewhere.  The challenge is getting Sage to install. It is the package that draws the tetraks etc.
Mark 2016-03-19 15:08:27 [item 20582#49865]
Finally got a virtual machine version on Oracle VM VirtualBox & Sage 7.0 which accepts command line input & outputs results or graphs. So far, I barely get how it is working. BitTorrents are a bitch. Easy this AM but to slow to run on the last 2 days. 
Mark 2016-03-20 09:47:52 [item 20582#49871]
Anyone know how to access Python on FBI?
Seth 2016-03-20 10:26:06 [item 20582#49872]
i do not.   but it seems to me if you know the name of the program and the web server has permissions to execuite it in the web root, then you could, with script rights,  access it from a script.   ask the .
Seth 2016-03-20 11:32:58 [item 20582#49877]
maybe i could install a thinking domain at http://td.icybermind.net with you as the wizzard and with you having scripting rights.  you would need to find what the command line name of your python progam is from the webroot of that subdomain.   as well as the syntax in python to direct output and get input from the web server.   like i said, i don’t know how to do it … maybe will advise … maybe not.  we will see what excites those actions themselves. 
Thanks, I am still in the investigative stage. yes