Commit 63d52a07 authored by Peter Wiecha's avatar Peter Wiecha

merged master to develop --> V1.0.4

parent 410baab9
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Installation under windows
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For windows, we also recommend `Anaconda <https://www.anaconda.com/download/#windows>`_ in which pyGDM can be installed easily via pip. See also the MacOS X instructions, but you can skip all steps for installing the gcc compilers, since the windows version of pyGDM comes as pre-compiled binary package.
Via pip
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There is a binary for 64bit windows on the pypi repository (tested on Win10). Install via
There is a binary for 64bit windows on the pypi repository (tested on Win7 and Win10). Install via
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# built documents.
#
# The short X.Y version.
version = u'1.0.3'
version = u'1.0.4'
# The full version, including alpha/beta/rc tags.
release = version
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"""
__name__ = 'pyGDM2'
__version__ = '1.0.3'
__date__ = "05/04/2018"
__version__ = '1.0.4'
__date__ = "07/06/2018"
__author__ = 'Peter R. Wiecha'
__all__ = ["core", "materials", "structures", "fields", "linear", "tools", "visu"]
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  • Memory overflow problems occur all the time in eo

  • I can't precisely judge the origin of this problem with so little information. Maybe your geometry model is too large. Did you calculate the number of meshpoints of the largest possible structure that can be generated by your model? This should be reasonably low for good performance. Ideally around 2000-3000 and surely not higher than ~5000, depending of course on your machine. Otherwise the optimizations will be very slow.

  • I was using ubuntu to run your example with a memory overflow.perhaps because my virtual machine has only 2GB memory.I'm working on the inverse design of nanostructures by deep learning.Thank you for your reply.

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    I can't precisely judge the origin of this problem with so little information. Maybe your geometry model is too large. Did you calculate the number of meshpoints of the largest possible structure that can be generated by your model? This should be reasonably low for good performance. Ideally around 2000-3000 and surely not higher than ~5000, depending of course on your machine. Otherwise the optimizations will be very slow.

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