NEMO is a toolbox for stellar dynamics, particle simulations, image processing and tabular data manipulation. See also https://teuben.github.io/nemo
This is the 4th major release of NEMO, and although data are compatible with earlier releases, source code may need to be tweaked a bit to compile and link in the newer releases.
- NEMO V1: IAS release (Barnes, Hut & Teuben, 1987)
- NEMO V2: UMD release (Teuben, 1994)
- NEMO V3: UMD release (Teuben, 2001) with autoconf support and hooks into manybody.org modules starlab and partiview
- NEMO V4: UMD/ESO release (2017) now maintained in github
A related package, ZENO, was spun off NEMO V1, and is maintained by Barnes.
NEMO: ascl:1010.051 ZENO: ascl:1102.027
Packages we optionally use:
PGPLOT: ascl:1103.002 CFITSIO: ascl:1010.001 WCSLIB: ascl:1108.003 HDF: ascl:1502.009 glnemo2: ascl:1110.008 gyrfalcON: ascl:1402.031 (included with NEMO) unsio uns_project
See README.install for installation guidelines. In it's simplest the following commands may work (replace .csh with .sh if appropriate)
wget https://teuben.github.io/nemo/install_nemo chmod +x install_nemo ./install_nemo nemo=$HOME/opt/nemo source $HOME/opt/nemo/nemo_start.csh
Some obvious and perhaps not so obvious tools you will need to have installed: C/C++/Fortran compiler, csh, git, cmake. Use your local package manager to install those before you attempt to run the install_nemo script. For example, on a fresh Ubuntu distro, you're likely going to need to install two packages before running the install script, viz.
sudo apt install tcsh git ./install_nemo ubuntu=1
And you don't have wget (e.g. MacOSX) use curl or any other program (even any browser works) to get that script. E.g.
curl -O https://teuben.github.io/nemo/install_nemo