About

What is SirOp

SiRop is an evolution of an earlier r-process code (r-Java) which was developed specifically to perform sensitivity studies. In other words, we wanted a program that we could use to run automated or “script-like” execution of code. This involved a complete rework of the user interface an addition of code to perform automated queueing, execution and analysis of r-process simulations

Downloads

How to get SirOp

SirOp is available for free (although we would appreciate a mention in any published work). Below you will find links to the binary executable for all major platforms. If you have any questions or problems with installation please do not hesitate to contact us.


Disclaimer: At this time SirOp is not an open source code. If you have an idea of something that you would like to see in the code please send us an email. All requests are taken into consideration and yours could appear in the next version of SirOp.



Reference Documents
Binaries
Please email us at rouyed@ucalgary.ca if you would like access to the code.

Tutorials

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Help

We have tried to make SirOp as user friendly as possible, but if you need help running the code, have questions about how it works or would like to see features added please contact us!




Contact Details

  • rouyed@ucalgary.ca
  • Quark Nova Project
    Department of Physics and Astronomy
    University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada