Instructions and materials for the “Theory, Applications, and Tools for Kinetic Modeling” workshop can be found here.
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- Install Anaconda with Python 3.7. Use default settings.
- Install pMuTT using the installation instructions.
pmutt_nam2019.zipfrom the workshop materials.
- Unzip the folder, find the
SampleJupyterNotebook.ipynbnotebook and open it. You may have to install Jupyter by opening the Anaconda Navigator from the start menu.
- Run the cell with the Python code to ensure the most updated version of pMuTT is installed.
This workshop had a microkinetic modeling section but the license was only available during the session. We will be releasing an open-source microkinetic modeling software (OpenMKM) soon. If interested, please e-mail Jon Lym (firstname.lastname@example.org) to sign up for the mailing list.
- Slides and the Jupyter Notebook can be found here.
- GitHub view of Jupyter notebook. Note this will not render pictures used in the presentation.