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Introduction to running ASPECT in a Jupyter notebook [repo]. LJ Hwang
Takes a new user through the Nusselt-Rayleigh number exercise.
Benchmark - Onset of Convection [repo]. M. Rudolph
Numerically reproduce the results of a linear stability analysis for the onset of convection.
mailing list: cig-mc--at--geodynamics.org
Compute seismic velocities - beginner [repo]. Burnman Team
Starting point for absolute beginners.
Compute seismic velocities - advanced [repo]. Burnman Team
Changing the geotherm and composition, and how to compare to the seismic model with depth instead of pressures.
mailing list: cig-seismo--at--geodynamics.org
SeismoLive [link]. L Krischer et al.
Launch a container and access Jupyter notebook tutorials on multiple topics in seismology.
Tutorial - 2017 CIG-LLNL Computational Seismology Workshop [repo] L Krischer
A series of 8 notebooks developed for this workshop.
IRIS Short Course August 2015. [sandbox] L. Krischer
A very short introduction to Obspy developed for the IRIS-EarthScope Short Course.
mailing list: users--at--obspy.org
Pythonic Geodynamics [repo] G. Morra
Set of Jupyter Notebooks inspired by the Textbook Pythonic Geodynamics: Implementations for Fast Computing, G. Morra, 2018.