Posted by Jason Polak on 11. October 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: math, opensource · Tags: ,

Sage is a neat bundle of mathematical software that can be used to do anything from finding class numbers of number fields (like I did to make this graph) to testing whether a finitely presented group is trivial (sometimes…). Typically one works with Sage in a “worksheet” in a web browser, so that it’s easy to organise large numbers of calculations for later reference. Navigating large worksheets, however, might be cumbersome without a table of contents, just like long math papers without a table of contents are hard to read.

In this post, we’ll go over how to (manually) make a table of contents in your Sage worksheet with HTML, with the following example: More »