polymake Downloads

Legal Disclaimer:

By downloading polymake in any form (whether source code or compiled) you agree to be bound by the GPL license agreement, version 2 or (at your option) any later version; further you renounce to claim any kind of warranty or damages related to the use of this software.

Software libraries bundled with polymake are protected by open source licenses adequate to the GPL or broader. However, the exact wording and restrictions to use may vary. Please consult the corresponding COPYING or README files included in the external subdirectory of the distribution.

Support queries concerning installation and usage are welcome (please use our forum), as well as any other feedback, but are served on voluntary base, depending, first of all, on the authors' free time resources.

A polymake newbie? Installation problems? Just curious? Try polymake online! The online version runs as a “shell in a box” in your browser. No installation needed!
Examples of polymake code are available on the tutorial page. Notice that the online version comes with a few restrictions (including missing visualization) compared to the complete version.

Stable versions are released on a regular basis and offer the complete functionality of polymake available at the point of release. You can read about new features in the release notes here.

Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, or other UNIX systems

Minimal version

The minimal version is a packager friendly version which omits the bundled sources of cdd, lrs, libnormaliz, nauty and jReality.

MacOS

There is currently no bundle for Mac OS 10.14.5.

You may need to manually unsandbox the bundle (as it is not officially signed by Apple). For this, run

sudo xattr -r -d com.apple.quarantine /Applications/polymake.app/

in a terminal (assuming you installed it to /Applications, otherwise adjust the path).

You can use the bundle also in a Jupyter notebook or in Julia. For more details see here for Jupyter and here for Julia

We publish stable and tested perpetual beta versions as a way for you to use the newest features before the release.

If for some reason you want to obtain an older version of polymake, check out this page.

We are proud to announce that polymake is also part of the package library of the Debian, Fedora, Gentoo and Ubuntu distributions and can be installed from their corresponding package managers. Thanks to the maintainers!

  • On Debian or Ubuntu, try
    sudo apt-get install polymake

  • On Fedora, try

    sudo dnf install polymake

  • On Gentoo, try

    su
    emerge -p polymake
    emerge polymake

Remark: The callable library version is part of any polymake source release but might not be included in all versions distributed via packaging systems.

The preferred way to install polymake in Windows 10 systems is under the Linux Subsystem. Both Ubuntu and Debian have polymake in their repositories. Install Ubuntu under Windows 10, then download the Ubuntu package with

sudo apt-get install polymake

This version may not be up to date. If you need the latest version, install the stable release from sources as explained in the previous section.

Docker allows to run a pre-built image on Linux, Mac OS, and since recently also Windows. Our images are built every night from the stable master branch and come along with virtually all additional third-party software recommended for computational tasks. Please read the detailed instructions to become aware of known caveats and limitations. Download the starter script and enjoy the latest and greatest stable polymake snapshot instantaneously.

The polymake releases and the perpetual beta can also be found on github.

  • Information about external software used in polymake is located here.
  • Extensions to polymake for specific tasks can be found here
  • Data in polymake format is collected here.
  • download/start.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/08/13 10:23
  • by benmuell