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AMUSE lecture at UVA on 25 jan 2016

there will be a lecture on AMUSE as part of the UVA's course on Computational Astrophysics.

As well as the tutorial (included in the binary release or virtual box  image), here you can find exercise 1 and exercise 2 as well as the hand-in  assignment.

  • Posted: 2016-01-24 21:39 (Updated: 2016-01-25 12:01)
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The AMUSE repository moved to git!

We have moved the repository! is is now living at  https://github.com/amusecode/amuse.

The svn account is still up, but it is now in "read-only" mode, so new commits will fail (it will keep asking for your password).

New AMUSE image available

The OpenSUSE virtual and USB disk  images have been updated to AMUSE 10.0

September 18: AMUSE hands on at the 3rd CHARM meeting

There will be a tutorial and hands-on session at  the 3rd Annual CHARM meeting in Brussels.

This script can be used to start the tutorial in the ULB computer room: amuse-tutorial

For this tutorial there will be two exercises, which you can find here: exercise1 and exercise2.

Additional here is a third exercise for people that participated in the Comsocomp-CHARM school on radiative transfer.

  • Posted: 2014-09-12 10:31 (Updated: 2014-09-22 12:32)
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6th nov. 2013: Groningen hands-on and tutorial

Accompanying the AMUSE hands-on and tutorial in Groningen of the 6th of November, there are two exercises which can be found here:

exercise1 and exercise2

  • Posted: 2013-11-05 20:59 (Updated: 2013-11-07 13:17)
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AMUSE code paper

The AMUSE code paper will be out soon in A&A.  Here you can find the preprint.

The code paper, together with this more technical  paper, provides a good starting point if you wish to get an overview of the design and capabilities of AMUSE.

  • Posted: 2013-07-15 14:44 (Updated: 2013-07-15 14:44)
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New AMUSE image available

A new virtual machine/ USB  image is available. It is based on the binary release.

AMUSE Desktop disk image available

Installing all the necessary prerequisites, configuring and building AMUSE is not always straight forward. In order to be able to try out AMUSE if you are on a machine that does not support the prerequisites we have created an disk image ("Appliance") with a fully AMUSE ready desktop system.

This may be the easiest way of getting AMUSE. Just download and extract the raw image to copy to a USB stick or harddrive(*), or download the vmdk image for Virtualbox or Vmware. Note that it is based on a 64 bit OS.

We do not know if this a good way to distribute AMUSE, so if you find this useful let us know!

find it  here

(* example dd command: dd if=myappliance.raw of=/dev/sdx bs=4k replace /dev/sdx by the device you want to copy to. Note that this is destructive! Do not do this unless you know what you are doing.)

  • Posted: 2011-07-18 17:32 (Updated: 2011-07-21 20:25)
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