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-==General Info==+===General Info===
  
 The simulation code GIZMO is a flexible, multi-method magneto-hydrodynamics+gravity code. The code lets you solve the hydrodynamic equations using a variety of different methods -- whatever is best for the problem at hand. In particular, it introduces a couple of new, Lagrangian Godunov-type methods, that allow you to solve the fluid equations with a moving particle distribution that is automatically adaptive in resolution and avoids the advection errors, angular momentum conservation errors, and excessive diffusion problems that seriously limit the applicability of “adaptive mesh” (AMR) codes, while simultaneously avoiding the low-order errors inherent to simpler methods like smoothed-particle hydrodynamics (SPH). [[http://​www.tapir.caltech.edu/​~phopkins/​Site/​GIZMO.html]|source]] The simulation code GIZMO is a flexible, multi-method magneto-hydrodynamics+gravity code. The code lets you solve the hydrodynamic equations using a variety of different methods -- whatever is best for the problem at hand. In particular, it introduces a couple of new, Lagrangian Godunov-type methods, that allow you to solve the fluid equations with a moving particle distribution that is automatically adaptive in resolution and avoids the advection errors, angular momentum conservation errors, and excessive diffusion problems that seriously limit the applicability of “adaptive mesh” (AMR) codes, while simultaneously avoiding the low-order errors inherent to simpler methods like smoothed-particle hydrodynamics (SPH). [[http://​www.tapir.caltech.edu/​~phopkins/​Site/​GIZMO.html]|source]]
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 Only a few output snapshots are generated to minimize IO overheads. Only a few output snapshots are generated to minimize IO overheads.
  
-==Useful Links==+===Useful Links===
  
 Developers Site [[http://​www.tapir.caltech.edu/​~phopkins/​Site/​GIZMO.html]] \\ Developers Site [[http://​www.tapir.caltech.edu/​~phopkins/​Site/​GIZMO.html]] \\
 User Guide [[http://​www.tapir.caltech.edu/​~phopkins/​Site/​GIZMO_files/​gizmo_documentation.html]] User Guide [[http://​www.tapir.caltech.edu/​~phopkins/​Site/​GIZMO_files/​gizmo_documentation.html]]
  
-==Installation Guide==+===Installation Guide===
  
   mkdir GIZMO   mkdir GIZMO
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   source bashrc   source bashrc
  
-===SZIP===+==SZIP==
  
   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars
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   make install   make install
  
-===ZLIB===+==ZLIB==
  
   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars
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   make install   make install
  
-===HDF5===+==HDF5==
  
   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars
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   make install   make install
  
-===GSL===+==GSL==
  
   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars
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   make install   make install
  
-===FFTW===+==FFTW==
  
   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars   cd ~/​GIZMO/​tars
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   make install   make install
  
-===GIZMO===+==GIZMO==
  
   cd ~/GIZMO   cd ~/GIZMO
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   make    make 
  
-==Benchmark==+===Benchmark===
  
 Check that the dynamic libraries (Intel, GCC and GSL) are sourced (they should be from the bashrc file sourced previously). Check that the dynamic libraries (Intel, GCC and GSL) are sourced (they should be from the bashrc file sourced previously).
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