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A gentle introduction to OpenStructure¶
In this tutorial you will be learning by example how to use the OpenStructure framework.
We assume that you already have a version of OpenStructure installed. If not, please refer to Installing OpenStructure From Source.
What will be covered in this tutorial?¶
The tutorial is divided into several parts. The first part of the tutorial is a
walk-through of the basic functionality you will be using in your everyday work, followed by an introduction to the
Getting ready to rumble¶
The files we will be using in the tutorial are available in the examples directory that comes with OpenStructure. Depending on your platform, the examples are located at a different location:
The graphical user interface of OpenStructure is called DNG (Dino/DeepView Next Generation). To start it,
Interactive Python Shell¶
Now we will enter commands in the Python shell (in the screenshot above, the Python shell (shown in green) is located at the right of the main window). If you want to get more information on any object, function or class, the Python help command may be useful. For example:
Continue with part one
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