This page contains jupyter notebooks that demonstrate the functionality of the OSCAR project.

For each topic, you can decide to open a static version of the jupyter notebook, powered by nbviewer. Alternatively, you can inspect the jupyter notebook directly on github.

How to interact with a "live" version It is possible from the notebook page to download it and run it locally:
  • open the context menu (via right-click on Linux and Windows, or ctrl-click on macOS) on the download icon of the notebook (in the upper right corner), which will allow you to save the notebook file (say Singular.ipynb) in a directory of your choice (say ~/Documents);
  • make sure that you have the Oscar package installed (cf. the installation page); in some cases, you might have to also install explicitly one of its subpackages, for example Singular (this is accomplished by running using Pkg; Pkg.add("Singular")) in a Julia REPL;
  • install IJulia if it is not already installed (typically by running using Pkg; Pkg.add("IJulia") at the Julia REPL, cf. installation instructions), and launch it (typically by running using IJulia; notebook());
  • you should by now have landed on a page in your web browser, with "jupyter" written in the upper left corner; below is a file explorer: open the notebook file (e.g. browse to ~/Documents and click on Singular.ipynb); you might see a pop-up with the message "Kernel not found", in which case just select the Jupyter kernel you installed (e.g. "Julia 1.4.1") in the drop-down menu.

Click on one of the links below to filter notebooks (and re-click to disable filtering).

Out of Date Tutorials

Last updated on 30-05-2024

How to contribute Tutorials

  1. Create a jupyter notebook with the desired content.
  2. Place this notebook in a github repository of your choice.
  3. Send the link to this jupyter notebook to Martin Bies.

Note that tutorial authors are expected to maintain their tutorial(s), so that their tutorial notebooks function with the latest stable OSCAR release.