The polymake commands below can be copied-and-pasted into a polymake session. Alternatively,
using `load_commands`

, you can let polymake guide you through these commands one by one. Since version 3.1 polymake supports Jupyter notebooks. Eventually all polymake command snippets will be converted into that form.

- descriptions of selected collections in the polymake database
- svg file to describe the version 3.2 big object hierarchy

This is intentionally kept short rather than complete. All examples refer to version 3.1 of March 2017.

- Jupyter notebook from the seminar presentation on 21 June 2017 [pdf]

- Presentation
- hypersurface.pdemo: tropical hypersurfaces
- polytope.pdemo: basic polytope computations

- Presentation + Exercise Sheet
- presentation.pdemo: commands used during the presentation
- model.pdemo: explaining the mathematical model
- matching.pdemo: matching polytope example
- automorphisms.pdemo: computing with groups, convex hull computation up to symmetry

- tutorial.pdemo: commands used in the tutorial

- slides: slides used for the presentation
- demo.pdemo: commands used in the demo

- slides: slides used for the tutorial session
- tutorial.pdemo: commands used in the tutorial session

The following was not used in that session:

- Dr(3,7); see joint work with Sven Herrmann, Anders Jensen and Bernd Sturmfels: How to draw tropical planes,
*Electronic J. Combin.*Volume 16, Issue 2 (2009), R6 - Dr(3,8); see joint work with Sven Herrmann and David E Speyer: Dressians, tropical Grassmannians, and their rays,
*Forum Math.*, 26:6 (2014), 1853-1882, doi:10.1515/forum-2012-0030