Pythonista does however include several mathematics-related libraries, such as `numpy`

, `sympy`

and `matplotlib`

, which work almost exactly like they do on a normal Python installation.

`Sage Math`

app in Apple's App Store but I have not used it. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sage-math/id496492945
Also listen to https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/59/sagemath-open-source-is-ready-to-compete-in-the-classroom to understand Sage Math from a Python perspective.

]]>https://forum.omz-software.com/topic/4200/data-analysis-workflow/17

the above thread has a few options, such as a wrench menu that lets you "run" sagecell scripts, or a way to manually execute them within the conext of another script, and then use the outputs. ]]>