[CIG-MC] Ellipsis3D， for help
jbnaliboff at ucdavis.edu
Mon May 14 15:06:32 PDT 2018
At present, Ellipsis3D is no longer supported by CIG and none of us have used it in quite some time (~ 5-10 years). Unless they are watching this mailing list, I suspect you would need to contact the original developers directly to answer your questions.
However, may I ask what type of process/problem your are planning to tackle with Ellipsise3D? There are a number of other community lithospheric dynamics code that are being actively developed and may be more suitable for your intended application.
Let me know if you would like a few recommendations.
Assistant Project Scientist, CIG
Earth & Planetary Sciences Dept., UC Davis
> On May 11, 2018, at 2:11 AM, 赵维娜 <ouczwn at 163.com> wrote:
> i install the Ellipsis3D package on my computer, which is downloaded from https://geodynamics.org/cig/software/ellipsis3d/. <https://geodynamics.org/cig/software/ellipsis3d/>
> When i test it on the chemical plume example according to the "README", several problems cropped up.
> Q1: line10 in "README", "Let it run as long as you like"---- It means i can rudely interrupt the program at any time. Is it right?
> Q2: line 14 in in "README", when i typed "./get_node_files_dx_format.mk", it peompted "rm: cannot delete nodes0*: no file or directory 00001" . Does it influence the next progress?
> Q3: line 15 in in "README", when i typed "./get_particles_dx_format.mk", "rm: cannot delete materialOnePoints_0*: no file or directory" "rm: cannot delete materials_0*: no file or directory" and "Can't locate getopts.pl in @INC contains: /usr/local ……………………at Binary_read.pl line3. 0001 " appeared, following abundant "Could not open input file, nl: materialOnePoints_00001.dat: no file or directory。 Can't locate getopts.pl in @INC contains: /usr/local ……………………at Binary_read.pl line3. 0006 "……………………………………
> Will i need to change something in "get_node_file_dx_format.mk" and "get_particles_dx_format.mk"? I donnot know where i should change.
> How can i solve this problem?
> I really appreciate your help.
> Best wishes。
> Weina Zhao
> Guangdong Ocean University
> CIG-MC mailing list
> CIG-MC at geodynamics.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the CIG-MC