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Re: the problem of symbolic package

From: Hwang
Subject: Re: the problem of symbolic package
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2019 11:18:57 +0900
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Hi Nicholas, Thank you for your great guidance!

I finally solved the problem as you mentioned.

One tricky thing is that the last command of "pkg load symbolic".

When I ran it at dos prompt of octave and it did not work.

But soon after I ran it at command window of Octave (GNU), then it worked!

How i can clarify this kind of sensitive matter correctly?



On 2019/02/05 23:25, Nicholas Jankowski wrote:
On Tue, Feb 5, 2019 at 9:22 AM Nicholas Jankowski <address@hidden> wrote:

Octave's symbolic toolkit requires Python and the sympy package. You have the choice of installing this manually, or (a simpler option) use the special bundled package made for Windows.  If you have to do this to teach a course, I strongly recommend that approach.  Please follow Option 1 from:

a follow up question:  can you please reply to this help help thread with the error messages you received in the process of trying to install and run the symbolic package using what would otherwise have seemed to be the correct method? It may be we can improve error messaging to better guide you through special cases like this one.

Insang Hwang, Phd. in Economics
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Economics and Business Department
International Christian University
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