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Added an "examples" directory with the bits and pieces that
make up appfermi. This is very much a work in progress.

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1  #  

2  # FERMI STATISTICS 

3  # 

4  # This simple example shows how you can use the Rappture toolkit 

5  # to handle I/O for a simple simulatorin this case, one that 

6  # computes FermiDirac statistics. 

7  # 

8  # This part contains the Rappture interface for the simulator. 

9  # ====================================================================== 

10  # AUTHOR: Michael McLennan, Purdue University 

11  # Copyright (c) 2005 Purdue Research Foundation, West Lafayette, IN 

12  # ====================================================================== 

13  

14  import Rappture 

15  

16  #T = 300 

17  #Ef = 5.5 

18  #result = [] 

19  

20  T = Rappture.number('input.temperature', units='K', default=300) 

21  Ef = Rappture.number('input.Ef', units='eV', default=5.5) 

22  

23  #result = Rappture.table('output.result') \ 

24  # .column('Energy (eV)',units='eV') \ 

25  # .column('FermiDirac Factor') 

26  result = [] 

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