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Rappture is a toolkit supporting Rapid application infrastructure, making it quick and easy to develop powerful scientific applications. At its core, Rappture is a C++ toolkit, but it has additional language bindings that let it be used in C, Fortran, MATLAB, Octave, Perl, Python, and Tcl applications. It combines numerical building blocks, such as Poisson equation solvers and iterative matrix solvers, along with a powerful infrastructure for handling user interfaces. Once you describe the input/output for your simulator, Rappture handles the rest, generating a graphical interface automatically based on your description. The resulting application is easy to deploy on the nanoHUB, so a large community of users can access it through their web browser.
- Downloads / Installation
- Citing Rappture in Academic Literature
- License Terms
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Mailing List (archive)
- Michael McLennan (creator)
- Derrick Kearney (language bindings)
- Wei Qiao, Insoo Woo, and David Ebert (nanoVIS visualization server)
- R. Kent Smith (meshing and numerical methods)
- Nick Kisseberth (molecular visualization)
Rappture Developers: Use the Ticket System to report problems and track resolutions. See links in upper-right corner.