A toolbox for galactic simulations.
Galaxy collision simulation done using PySpace
The documentation for this project can be found at http://pyspace.readthedocs.org/.
To install the latest stable version, run:
$ pip install pyspace
To install development version, clone this repository by:
$ git clone https://github.com/adityapb/pyspace.git
To install, run:
$ python setup.py install
To install without OpenMP, set USE_OPENMP environment variable to 0 and then install:
$ export USE_OPENMP=0 $ python setup.py install
To install without GPU support, set USE_CUDA environment variable to 0 and then install:
$ export USE_CUDA=0 $ python setup.py install
If you run into any issues regarding installation or otherwise, please report here.
Some common issues are addressed below
Make sure if the CUDA toolkit is installed. If you still get this message after installation, follow the instructions given below.
Add CUDA it to PATH environmental variable and try again
Or, set CUDAHOME environmental variable to path of the CUDA installation by:
$ export CUDAHOME=/usr/local/cuda
If your code compiles and you get this error at runtime, make sure you have a CUDA compatible device installed.
If you don’t, install without GPU support (see Installation)
PySpace doesn’t support Windows currently
For running the tests you will need to install nose, install using:
$ pip install nose
To run the tests, from project’s root directory run:
$ make test
For running benchmarks you will need to install pandas, install using:
$ pip install pandas
To run the benchmarks, cd to benchmarks directory and run:
$ python run_benchmarks.py
Use PEP 8 coding standard for python and follow this for C++.