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Move leftovers of exercises and tutorial folders and update references accordingly

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Big tests
=========
The directories in :git:`gpaw/test/big/`, :git:`doc/tutorials/` and
:git:`doc/exercises/` contain longer and more
The directories in :git:`gpaw/test/big/` and :git:`doc/tutorialsexercises/`
contain longer and more
realistic tests that we run every weekend. These are submitted to a
queueing system of a large computer. The scripts in the :git:`doc` folder
are used both for testing GPAW and for generating up to date figures and
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For quick scripts (no more than 5 seconds), see :ref:`ase:generated`. For
more expensive scripts you can use :ref:`AGTS <agts>` for running long jobs
that create figures or table data for this web-page. For an example, look at
the source code :git:`here <doc/tutorials/stm>` which will produce this:
the source code :git:`here <doc/tutorialsexercises/electronic/stm>` which will produce this:
:ref:`stm tutorial`.
.. _exercises:
=========
Exercises
=========
.. note::
**CAMd summer school 2016 participants**, please read
this :ref:`page <summerschool16>` before you start working on the
exercises.
In order to do the exercises, it helps with a little bit of knowledge
of ASE_ and Python_. Here are some useful resources:
* Some :ref:`faeq`.
* The Python_ homepage.
* The ASE_ homepage.
* ASE's :ref:`ase:what is python` section.
.. _Python: http://www.python.org
.. _ASE: https://wiki.fysik.dtu.dk/ase
The exercises are used in the course `Electronic structure methods
in materials physics, chemistry and biology
<http://www.kurser.dtu.dk/10302.aspx>`_.
Introductory exercises
======================
Do these first...
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
Intermediate exercises
======================
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
Advanced exercises
==================
Pick among them according to your interest. You can also look at the
:ref:`tutorials`.
* :ref:`Nudged elastic band calculations <ase:selfdiffusion>`
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
Further information:
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
faeq
For comments and questions, write to the :ref:`mail list`. You
can also search in the mailing list archives on the same page.
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* :ref:`GPAW version 0.4 <releasenotes>` released (Nov 13, 2008)
* The :ref:`exercises` are finally ready for use in the `CAMd summer
* The :ref:`tutorialsexercises` are finally ready for use in the `CAMd summer
school 2008`_ (Aug 15, 2008)
* This site is now powered by Sphinx_ (Jul 31, 2008)
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documentation/documentation
usage/basic_usage
tutorialsexercises/tutorialsexercises
tutorials/tutorials
exercises/exercises
setups/setups
releasenotes
contact
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Octopus_ is installed on the 'q' opteron nodes on Niflheim. The way to
run jobs is the following: Create inp file in the working directory as
described in the tutorial_, and then run
:git:`~doc/exercises/octopus_run.py`. To use various octopus utilities such
:git:`~doc/tutorialsexercises/unused/octopus_run.py`. To use various octopus utilities such
as ``oct-cross-section`` and ``oct-broad`` you need to do::
source /usr/local/openmpi-1.2.5-pathf90/bin/mpivars-1.2.5.sh
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Exercises and Tutorials
=======================
You are now ready to embark on the :ref:`exercises` and :ref:`tutorials`.
You are now ready to embark on the :ref:`tutorialsexercises`.
Have fun.
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.. _tutorials:
=========
Tutorials
=========
If you are not familiar with ASE, consider going through the
:ref:`ASE Tutorials <ase:tutorials>` first.
The GPAW tutorials are meant to guide the user through some scripts.
The first section of tutorials cover the most common tasks. The
second section are intended as introduction to a number of advanced
topics.
If you are new to GPAW, we recommend that you look at the introductory
tutorals and at the :ref:`exercises`.
Introductory tutorials
======================
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 2
Specialized tutorials
=====================
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 2
......@@ -19,3 +19,4 @@ Electronic structure
pbe0/pbe0
stm/stm
stm_ex/stm
transport/transport
......@@ -10,3 +10,7 @@ Molecular dynamics
neb/neb
diffusion/diffusion
ehrenfest/ehrenfest
You might also be interested in this ASE tutorial:
:ref:`Nudged elastic band calculations <ase:selfdiffusion>`
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Tutorials and exercises
=======================
If you are not familiar with ASE, consider going through the
:ref:`ASE Tutorials <ase:tutorials>` first.
The GPAW tutorials and exercises are meant to guide the user through some scripts.
The first section of tutorials cover the most common tasks.
Further topics are organised by topic. Pick among them according to your interest.
The exercises are used in the course `Electronic structure methods
in materials physics, chemistry and biology
<http://www.kurser.dtu.dk/10302.aspx>`_.
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 2
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opticalresponse/opticalresponse
vibrational/vibrational
wavefunctions/wavefunctions
faeq
For comments and questions, write to the :ref:`mail list`. You
can also search in the mailing list archives on the same page.
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