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SymPy Mechanics for Autolev Users guide #15077
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Aaron, We have decided that it would be best to have this in SymPy as the parser is here. The guide mostly talks about SymPy vs Autolev code and just touches on PyDy. I have used the name "PyDy" in the title as it is broader and encompasses the SymPy mechanics module. I could change the name if required.…
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This looks graat. Please address the comments on changing the language to reflect "SymPy Mechanics" instead of PyDy for everything above the numerical code section and this can be merged.