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@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
@@ -280,16 +276,16 @@ To combine things back together, use ``together(expr, x)``::
.. index:: calculus
-Calculus
+Kalkulus
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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I think the Czech translation (at least when I was studying a few years ago) is either "diferenciální/integrální počet" or "analýza".

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dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
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-For experimenting with new features, or when figuring out how to do things, you
-can use our special wrapper around IPython called ``isympy`` (located in
-``bin/isympy`` if you are running from the source directory) which is just a
-standard python shell that has already imported the relevant sympy modules and
-defined the symbols x, y, z and some other things:
+Při zkoušení nových funkcí nebo když se snažíte něčemu přijít na kloub, můžete
+použít na IPythonu založenou ``isympy`` (umístěnou v ``bin/isympy``, pokud jí
+spouštítě ze složky se zdrojovým kódem) což je prostě standardní Python shell,
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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spouštítě -> spouštíte

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
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-For experimenting with new features, or when figuring out how to do things, you
-can use our special wrapper around IPython called ``isympy`` (located in
-``bin/isympy`` if you are running from the source directory) which is just a
-standard python shell that has already imported the relevant sympy modules and
-defined the symbols x, y, z and some other things:
+Při zkoušení nových funkcí nebo když se snažíte něčemu přijít na kloub, můžete
+použít na IPythonu založenou ``isympy`` (umístěnou v ``bin/isympy``, pokud jí
+spouštítě ze složky se zdrojovým kódem) což je prostě standardní Python shell,
+který má zapojoné související sympy moduly a definoval symoboly x, y, z
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zapojené

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
@@ -116,17 +115,18 @@ defined the symbols x, y, z and some other things:
.. note::
- Commands entered by you are bold. Thus what we did in 3 lines in a regular
- Python interpreter can be done in 1 line in isympy.
+ Vámi zadané příkazy jsou tučně. Vidíme, že to co bychom udělali ve
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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comma before "co".

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
@@ -116,17 +115,18 @@ defined the symbols x, y, z and some other things:
.. note::
- Commands entered by you are bold. Thus what we did in 3 lines in a regular
- Python interpreter can be done in 1 line in isympy.
+ Vámi zadané příkazy jsou tučně. Vidíme, že to co bychom udělali ve
+ 3 řádcích v běžném interpreteru Pythonu lze udělat v isympy v 1 řádku.
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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comma before "lze" (I think at least)

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
>>> pi**2
- pi**2
+ pi**
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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You need to leave the original pi**2 here.

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
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-In contrast to other Computer Algebra Systems, in SymPy you have to declare
-symbolic variables explicitly::
+V kontrastu oproti jiným počítačově algebraickým systémům, v SymPy je třeba
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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I would write: "narozdíl od jiných počítačových algebraických systémů". Let me know if you like it better too.

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simsa-st Dec 1, 2011

Yes, I think, you are right, it's better.

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
>>> init_printing(use_unicode=False, wrap_line=False, no_global=True)
-This will make things look better when printed. See the :ref:`printing-tutorial`
-section below. If you have a unicode font installed, you can pass
-use_unicode=True for a slightly nicer output.
+To nám zajistí hezčí výstup. Koukněte do sekce níže :ref:`printing-tutorial`.
+Pokud máte nainstalovaný font unicode, můžete nastavit ``use_unicode=True`` pro
+o něco hezčí výstup.
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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Here I would maybe write "nastavením use_unicode=True dostanete o něco hezčí výstup." Let me know what you think.

@simsa-st

simsa-st Dec 1, 2011

Yes, my sentence sounds little weird. Maybe, that: "volbou use_unicode=True dostanete o něco hezčí výstup" would be even better. Please tell me, what is your opinion.

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certik Dec 1, 2011

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Yes, definitely, this is even better. Thanks!

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
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-Limits are easy to use in sympy, they follow the syntax ``limit(function,
-variable, point)``, so to compute the limit of f(x) as x -> 0, you would issue
+Limity se používají v sympy jednoduše, pomocí syntaxe ``limit(function,
+variable, point)``, takže pro vypočtení limity f(x) pro x -> 0, byste dosadili
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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Delete the comma before "byste" ?

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
@@ -646,15 +642,15 @@ In ``isympy``::
.. index:: linear algebra
-Linear Algebra
-==============
+Lineární Algebra
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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algebra

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
>>> print (x+1).match(p**x)
None
-One can also use the exclude parameter of the ``Wild`` class to ensure that
-certain things do not show up in the result::
+Lze také použít parametr ``exclude`` třídy ``Wild``, aby se určité věci
+nezobrazili ve výsledku::
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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nezobrazily

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
@@ -758,8 +753,8 @@ This is a nice ascii-art printing produced by a ``pprint`` function:
|
/
-If you have a unicode font installed, it should use unicode pretty printing by default.
-You can override this using the ``use_unicode`` option.:
+Pokud máte nainstalované písmo unicode, měla by ho funkce automaticky využívat.
+Vyoužívání unicode písma se dá nastavit změnou ``use_unicode``::
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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Využívání

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
-Tip: To make the pretty printing default in the python interpreter, use::
+Tip: Pokud chcete v interpreteru Pythonu pěkné vypisování používat defaultně,
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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interpretru?

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simsa-st Dec 1, 2011

Oh, you're right: http://macek.sandbox.cz/texty/python-tutorial-cz/tut/node4.html
I wrote it on other places too, so I will change it there as well.

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
-``isympy`` calls ``pprint`` automatically, so that's why you see pretty
-printing by default.
+``isympy`` volá ``pprint`` automaticky, proto vidíte pěkný výpis defaultně.
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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"proto standardně vidíte pěkný výpis". Maybe?

@certik certik commented on the diff Dec 1, 2011

dev/_sources/tutorial.txt
.. _Downloads: http://code.google.com/p/sympy/wiki/DownloadInstallation?tm=2
-isympy Console
+isympy Konzole
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certik Dec 1, 2011

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konzole

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certik commented Dec 1, 2011

Thanks. After you fix all these issues, please rename the file to tutorial.cs.txt and send the pull request against the sympy/ repository. You'll find the original tutorial.txt in doc/src/tutorial.txt

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certik commented Dec 1, 2011

(Feel free to discuss any of my corrections above if you disagree.)

simsa-st commented Dec 1, 2011

Okay, I made, what you had told me. I hope, that correctly. Please let me now, if I should do something more.

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certik commented Dec 1, 2011

I see your new pull request here, so I'll review it over there.

sympy/sympy#796

I am closing this one.

@certik certik closed this Dec 1, 2011

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