Welcome to our documentation pages!
GEOS is a code framework focused on enabling streamlined development of physics simulations on high performance computing platforms. Our documentation is organized into several separate guides, given that different users will have different needs.
We recommend all users begin with the Quick Start guide, which will walk you through downloading and compiling the code. Application focused users may then want to explore our Tutorials, which provide an introduction to the basic capabilities of the code. More detailed descriptions of these capabilities can then be found in the User Guide.
For those interested in developing new capabilities in GEOS, we provide a Developer Guide. The code itself is also documented inline using doxygen. The Build Guide contains more detailed information about third-party dependencies, the build system, and the continuous integration system. Finally, GEOS has a self-documenting data structure. The Datastructure Index is an automatically generated list of all available input parameters and data structures in the code. This is a comprehensive resource, but probably not the place to start.
High quality documentation is a critical component of a successful code. If you have suggestions for improving the guides below, please post an issue on our issue tracker.
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