From its website: “CosmoMC is a Fortran-based Markov-Chain Monte-Carlo (MCMC) engine for exploring cosmological parameter space, together with Fortran and python code for analysing Monte-Carlo samples and importance sampling (plus a suite of scripts for building grids of runs, plotting and presenting results). It can also be compiled as a generic sampler without using any cosmology codes.”
NB! COSMOMC is currently being tested on the new cluster. The most recent version currently able to successfully compile (with CFITSIO-3.37.2 and CLIK-1.0) is February 2015.
PLC (CLIK) can be found under
/apps/chpc/astro/utils/intel/v16-openmpi188/, along with that for
GSL if required.
The Intel 2016 modules to add to your environment are
.bashrc file is equipped with the following:
export cfitsio=/apps/chpc/astro/utils/intel/v16-openmpi188/cfitsio-3.37.2-build export PLANCKLIKE=cliklike export CLIKPATH=/apps/chpc/astro/utils/intel/v16-openmpi188/plc-1.0 export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$CLIKPATH/lib export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/apps/chpc/astro/utils/intel/v16-openmpi188/cfitsio-3.37.2-build/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH