GSoC : This week in SymPy #10 & #11Open Source · GSoC · SymPy
Hi there! It’s been 11 weeks into GSoC and we have reached into the last week before the soft deadline. Here is the Progress so far.
Progress of Week 10 & 11
</br> Last couple of weeks, I worked mainly on the Documentation of the solveset module. It’s very important to let others know what we are doing and why we are doing, so this PR #9500 is an effort to accomplish that. Here are some of the important questions, I have tried to answer in the PR #9500
:check: What was the need of a new solvers module? </br> :check: Why do we use sets as an output type? </br> :check: What is this domain argument about? </br> :check: What will you do with the old solve? </br> :check: What are the general design principles behind the development of solveset? </br> :check: What are the general methods employed by solveset to solve an equation? </br> :check: How do we manipulate and return an infinite solutions? </br> :check: How does solveset ensures that it is not returning any wrong solution? </br>
There is still some polishing required in this as suggested by @hargup
I completed the documentation PR for
linsolve. See PR #9587
Differential Calculus Methods
from __future__ import plan Week #12:
This week I plan to finish up all the pending work and wrap up the project and get PR #9500 Merged.
$ git log
PR #9500 : Documenting
</br> PR #9587 : Add Linsolve Docs
</br> That’s all for now, looking forward for week #12. :grinning: