Jupyter Object Oriented MicroMagnetic Framework (JOOMMF) Example Notebooks

Jupyter-OOMMF (JOOMMF) integrates a popular micromagnetic package OOMMF (http://math.nist.gov/oommf/) with Python and Jupyter Notebook

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Version 1.1 - published on 21 Dec 2017

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Jupyter-OOMMF (JOOMMF) integrates a popular micromagnetic package OOMMF (http://math.nist.gov/oommf/) with Python and Jupyter Notebook. We designed a domain specific language for micromagnetics that is embedded in the Python language, and allows users to define the micromagnetic simulations they want to carry out in a flexible way. One major advantage of this approach is that the definition and execution of OOMMF simulation runs is embedded in a general purpose programming language. Another advantage is that simulation runs can make the full use of the ecosystem of scientific libraries available for Python. For example, design optimisation, specialised post-processing and the creation of figures can all be carried out using a single script.

 

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JOOMMF is being developed at European XFEL GmbH, Germany (https://xfel.eu) and the University of Southampton, UK and it is a part of the OpenDreamKit project (https://opendreamkit.org). We acknowledge financial support from Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project (#676541).
 

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JOOMMF developed by: Marijan Beg and Hans Fangohr from European XFEL GmbH, and Thomas Kluyver and Ryan A. Pepper from the University of Southampton.
 

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JOOMMF is being developed at European XFEL GmbH, Germany (https://xfel.eu) and the University of Southampton, UK and it is a part of the OpenDreamKit project (https://opendreamkit.org). We acknowledge financial support from Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project (#676541).
 

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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • We ask the users of this tool, apart from citing OOMMF as described here: http://math.nist.gov/oommf/oommf_cites.html, to cite the Python interface to JOOMMF by citing the following article:

    Beg, M., Pepper, R. A., & Fangohr, H. (2017). User interfaces for computational science: A domain specific language for OOMMF embedded in Python. AIP Advances, 7(5), 56025.https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4977225

  • Marijan Beg; Hans Fangohr (2017), "Jupyter Object Oriented MicroMagnetic Framework (JOOMMF) Example Notebooks," http://nanohub.org/resources/joommf. (DOI: 10.4231/D3NP1WM42).

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Martin Hunt

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