Documentation

Documentation for our software and help on learning how to apply modelling tools to geophysical problems A collection of 7 posts
Scaling in Underworld
Documentation

Scaling in Underworld

To test scalability we run weak scaling tests on various HPC machines to check the numerical framework remains robust when pushing for higher fidelity models.
How to build Conda packages?
Tricks of the Trade

How to build Conda packages?

As mentioned, packages can be installed directly from our conda channel. You may however want to build your own package at some point in the future or you may want to fix some of ours by submitting a Pull Request on github (You are more welcome to do so...) The
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Getting started with Pull requests
Tricks of the Trade

Getting started with Pull requests

Version control systems and online-communities such as Github have made contributing to the development of opensource software incredibly easy. That is assuming that people get over their initial fear of sharing their code!  In this short blog post I go through how to submit a pull request to one of
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Here comes Conda...
Underworld Code

Here comes Conda...

Sharing a workflow environment is also paramount if we want to make sure that reproducibility can be effectively tested. An environment management system such as conda allows us to do so.
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Getting started: 60 seconds to Underworld
Documentation

Getting started: 60 seconds to Underworld

As the old truism states, the best way to learn is by doing. This guide can get you from zero to hero in 60 seconds - give or take.
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Underworld Release 2.8
Underworld Code

Underworld Release 2.8

Version 2.8 of Underworld has been released recently. As with all major releases, this release brings numerous new features, enhancements and bug fixes. A summary of changes may be found within the usual CHANGES.md file. As is also usually the case, numerous API changes have been necessary or
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Cite Underworld from Zenodo
Documentation

Cite Underworld from Zenodo

Zenodo is a repository for immutable versions of software that are provided with a persistent DOI for the purposes of citation and reproducibility.   Underworld can be cited via a zenodo DOI. There is a master DOI for all releases (10.5281/zenodo.1436039) and releases after 2.6.0 are
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