OMUSE

A Python environment to interface and couple oceanographic and other earth system model codes.

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Cite this software

DOI:

10.5281/zenodo.809335

What OMUSE can do for you

  • provides an easy-to-use environment for numerical experiments in the climate sciences
  • interfaces and couples simulation codes in an Python framework
  • allows researchers and students formulate intricate numerical experiments in simple python scripts
  • runs on local machines, supercomputers and on distributed computing resources
Keywords
  • High performance computing
  • Multi-scale & multi model simulations
Programming language
  • Fortran 43%
  • Python 35%
  • HTML 15%
  • Makefile 2%
  • C 1%
  • C++ 1%
  • Perl 1%
  • Other 2%
License
  • Apache-2.0
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Participating organisations

Leiden University
Netherlands eScience Center
Utrecht University

Mentions

Contributors

Contact person

Inti Pelupessy

Inti Pelupessy

Netherlands eScience Center
Ben van Werkhoven
Ben van Werkhoven
Netherlands eScience Center
GvdO
Gijs van den Oord
Netherlands eScience Center
Inti Pelupessy
Inti Pelupessy
Netherlands eScience Center

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