AMUSE 7 Desktop
AMUSE is the Astrophysical Multipurpose Software Environment.
Within AMUSE different existing numerical codes for astrophysical simulations are incorporated into a single framework. This framework is implemented with Python. With AMUSE you can simulate objects such as star clusters, proto-planetary disks and galaxies.
This appliance contains the binary release, the tutorial and examples.
Downloads are no longer available for this appliance, as it is based on an OS version that we no longer support.
You can clone the appliance, then upgrade and build with a current OS version.
AMUSE SUSE studio disk image
AMUSE is an Astrophysical Multipurpose Software Environment. Within
AMUSE different existing astrophysical numerical codes are incorporated
into a single framework. This framework is implemented with Python.
- getting started
AMUSE is installed in /home/amuse/amuse—Linux_x86_64,
The Desktop contians links to:
- AMUSE tutorial:
double click to start.
- A directory with amuse_examples scripts:
double click a file to open an example script with geany. Pressing F5
will then execute the file (this can take some time depending on the
- A link to the amuse website:
you can find more documentation and examples on the website.
The AMUSE team
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Only official software sources are included.
No custom software packages were uploaded.
Overlay files were uploaded, but none are executable.
A boot script is included.