Computational Modelling Blog

Spyder - the Python IDE (Spyder 2.3)


Hans Fangohr, University of Southampton, UK, 2013

Spyder has developed into a fairly mature and very productive tool; here I try to provide a tutorial. This documentation is motivated by training courses in Python and computational modelling for students at the University of Southampton (see historical note for more detail ...

Complex pattern formation from interacting particles in 2d (with attraction and repulsion on multiple length scales)

Summary of a recent publication based on Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations of particles, with contributions from University of Massachusetts (US), The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (Sweden), The Pennsylvania State University (US), University of West Florida (US) and the University of Southampton (UK):

Christopher N. Varney and Karl ...

Spyder - the Python IDE


Hans Fangohr, University of Southampton, UK, 2013

Spyder has developed into a fairly mature and very productive tool; here I try to provide a tutorial. This documentation is motivated by training courses in Python and computational modelling for students at the University of Southampton (see historical note for more detail ...

Setting up Pelican - how to make equations work?

Seeing that I have solved this problem twice (forgetting the solution after having done it once), I will write down the essential steps.

To be able to use equations in the static Pelican Blog generator, the key is to include a code snippet like

<!-- Using MathJax, with the delimiters $ -->
<!-- Conflict ...