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PyClaw is a Python-based interface to the algorithms of Clawpack and SharpClaw. It also contains the PetClaw package, which adds parallelism through PETSc.
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Quick start:

git clone git@github.com:clawpack/clawpack.git
cd clawpack
pip install -e .
cd clawpack/pyclaw/examples/euler_2d
python shockbubble.py iplot=1

PyClaw

Pyclaw is a Python-based solver for hyperbolic PDEs that includes the algorithms of Clawpack and SharpClaw.
It has been designed with easy extensibility, performance, and exploration in mind. PyClaw also includes a scalable parallel implementation of Clawpack using PETSc.

Full documentation is available at http://clawpack.org/pyclaw/.

You can get the latest development version of PyClaw from http://github.com/clawpack/.

If you use PyClaw in research that leads to publication, please cite PyClaw.

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