Simple Python examples of the variational FFT-based solution technique of partial differential equations (in this case representing mechanical equilibrium, described by a vanishing divergence of stress).
A simple C++ header-only library to run Finite Element computations. This is really a quite simple library to do some specialized computations, not at all meant to come close to more professional libraries.
A C++ implementation of several continuum mechanics constitutive model.
A header-only library to work with multi-dimensional arrays and tensors in C++. It works much like Eigen but for multi-dimensional arrays. It also features a wide scope of tensor algebra.
A header-only wrapper around the HDF5 C++ API. This wrapper makes use of templating and operator overloading, resulting in extremely easy use.
Some basic examples on how to start using pybind11. Pybind11 is a C++ library that allows to expose a C++ library to Python easily.
The key thing is a style for Matplotlib. Additionally functions are provided that can simplify making professional plots. Finally, several examples to make customized plots are well documented.
Some basic examples on how to make data available in ParaView.
Examples of job-scripts for slurm, and some wrappers around the default functions provided by slurm.