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Functions for creating and running Simulation Tools

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Functions for creating and running Simulation Tools on nanoHUB


  • Easily declare inputs and outputs of a simulation using Python and Jupyter notebooks. The entire simulation code can run inside a notebook or the notebook can be a wrapper that invokes complex enternal codes.
  • Uses papermill to run parameterized notebooks, saving a new copy for each run.
  • Results saved in a datastore (currently a filesystem, but extensible). The datastore can be used for machine learning and statistical analysis. Additionally, it functions as a cache.


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0.1.0 (2019-08-09)

  • First release on PyPI.

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