published by Wolfgang Christian
The Open Source Physics Project creates and distributes curricular material for physics education and computational physics. Compiled programs, curricular materials, a modeling environment, Java code libraries, and data analysis tools are included. The learning resources include interactive explorations, conceptual and analytic exercises, and tutorials. Open Source Physics projects include curriculum for computational physics and statistical physics, video analysis software, and upper division physics courses. Open Source Physics is supported by the National Science Foundation.
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