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GLnemo2: Glnemo2 release 1.21.0 is out !

Added by Jean-charles Lambert 12 months ago

Glnemo2 release 1.21.0 is out, it's a major release

  • Read Gadget4 HDF5 files

Glnemo2 is shipped with binaries packages for MacOSX and for the most important and latest linux distributions. (Ubuntu 23.04/22.10/22.04/20.04 - Fedora 37/36/35/34 - Centos 8/7 - Opensuse 15.3/15.2/Tumbleweed )

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UNSIO: python-unsiotools 1.0.1

Added by Jean-charles Lambert over 1 year ago

python-unsiotools 1.0.1 is available for download via :

pip install python-unsiotools -U

In this new version, there are binaries for python 3.6 to python 3.11 for Linux and MacOSX

python-unsiotools contains a collection of unsio based programs and depends of the Nemo package. You have access to falcON algorithm to compute density and gravity.

visit :
https://pypi.org/project/python-unsiotools/

UNSIO: python-unsio 1.0.1

Added by Jean-charles Lambert over 1 year ago

python-unsio 1.0.1 is available for download via pip install python-unsio .
In this new version, there are binaries for python 3.6 to python 3.11 for Linux and MacOSX

python-unsio is a python wrapper for NEMO/Gadget/Ramses/Gizmo simulations files.

Installation :

pip install python-unsio -U

visit :
https://pypi.org/project/python-unsio/

GLnemo2: Glnemo2 1.20.1 is out !

Added by Jean-charles Lambert over 2 years ago

Glnemo2 release 1.20.1 is out, it's a bug fixes release.

  • It improves data-cube fits loading by reducing memory footprint
  • minimum and maximum pixesl values can be selected from the command line using parameter minphys= maxphys=

Glnemo2 is shipped with binaries packages for the most important and latest linux distributions. (Ubuntu 20.04/19.10/18.04/16.04 - Fedora 32/31/30 - Centos 8/7 - Opensuse 15.1/Tumbleweed - Mageia 7/6)

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GLnemo2: Glnemo2 1.20.0 is out !

Added by Jean-charles Lambert almost 4 years ago

glnemo2 release 1.20.0 is out and it's a major release.

We have been working hard to make glnemo2 even better and working in the latest operating systems.

Gregoire Duvauchelle has implemented a new feature called characteristics points which allow to display different kind of shapes (square, circle, sphere, etc..) everywhere in the 3D scene. It might be very useful to reveal information about your data.

I highly invite you to watch the tutorial video showing howto play with characteristics points here :

Glnemo2 is shipped with binaries packages for the most important and latest linux distributions. (Ubuntu 20.04/19.10/18.04/16.04 - Fedora 32/31/30 - Centos 8/7 - Opensuse 15.1/Tumbleweed - Mageia 7/6)

PLease visit wiki

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