This post collects some notes and teaching materials concerning the use of Python, Jython, and Sage for universal and linear algebra.
ðŸ”— UACalc at the Jython Command Line

The UACalc_CLI github repository has instructions for configuring your machine to support a command line interface (CLI) with the Universal Algebra Calculator (UACalc).

This post gives an example showing how to exploit the Jython interface to the UACalc to study properties of large collections of algebraic structures.
ðŸ”— Exporting old .sws Sage worksheets to the new .ipynb (jupyter) format
ðŸ”— Linear Algebra Labs in Sage
I created this set of four computer laboratory assignments to teach my students how to do linear algebra in Sage.
I assigned these to my undergraduate linear algebra class at Iowa State University in the spring of 2016.
Each lab was completed during one 50minute class held in the computer lab in Carver Hall.