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dirtybomb

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Stevens Summer Scholars Research Project under Dr. Alex Wellerstein. The research aims to create a client-side library to model the impact of a dirty bomb.
Written in ES6.

Use in browser: use the rolled up files in the build/ directory
Use in node: use the rolled up files in the dist/ directory. It has been babel-ed to es5

Updates / Current Research

Currently writing tests and then moving towards visualization.

Goals

  • Dispersion Model
  • Radioactive release Model
  • Visualization Prototype

Building

Loosely trying to base this on how d3 manages its modularity.
Builds to build/ and dist/

  • Requires node / babel / all that jazz
  • Run using npm: npm run build

Testing

test/
Using chai and mocha

  • npm test

Documentation

Using esdoc. You should be able to create some nice documentation yourself with an easy command!

  • npm run doc
  • npm servedocs to locally host them

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