Resources for programming math solvers in Python

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Hi, I was just wondering if there were any good resources/sites for learning to plot and solve differential equations and any other math for that matter, specifically in Python? The physics program at ASU is great but we aren't really given any class time to learn how to program, it's all on our own, so I'm trying to get caught up over the break. I've done the basics on code academy, but it's not really math heavy. Thanks guys.
 

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There is the anaconda python distribution with ipython notebook and bundled numpy numerical computing packages. Also supports julia and plotting.

Then theres the processing IDE which a python mode and supporting libs for numierical computing and plotting.
 
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I mean I have Anaconda, but I'm looking for resources that will help me learn how to use it properly to plot and do other things I may need for school, if those exist.
 
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SageMath (http://www.sagemath.org) is a great open source tool that builds on top of many other open source tools, including "NumPy, SciPy, matplotlib, Sympy, Maxima, GAP, FLINT, R and many more." With regard to learning, check out their tutorials at http://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/tutorial .
 
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