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@ 09:30 PM
on 16 Jun 2007
What is Rappture?
I’ve heard people talk about “using Rappture” for simulation tools? What is it, and how does it work?
@ 09:37 PM
on 16 Jun 2007
Rappture is the Rapid APPlication infrastructURE, developed by the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) to speed up development of scientific applications. Rappture is a toolkit for handing the input/output of your scientific code. Instead of writing your own input parsers and dumping your data to a series of files, you express your input/output as a series of Rappture data objects. You describe these objects in an XML format, and Rappture will generate a GUI for your tool automatically.
Your simulation code can be written in C/C++, Fortran, Matlab/Octave, Python, Perl, or Tcl/Tk. Instead of reading from a file or standard input, you ask Rappture for the value of your input using function calls in any of these languages. Instead of writing outputs to a file, you store the outputs in Rappture objects. The Rappture GUI will prompt the user for input, run your code, and help the user visualize outputs.
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