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Library Documentation? - March 30, 2015 at 9:23
Andrew Richter
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I'm looking for documentation detailing the available classes in the OSP library (ideally along with examples). I have the Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods, but it doesn't function well as a look-up reference.

Thanks,
Andrew Richter
Valparaiso University


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Re: Library Documentation? - March 30 2015 9:33
Wolfgang
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The Open Source Physics source code library can be downloaded from Github.

https://github.com/OpenSourcePhysics/osp



Re: Re: Library Documentation? - March 31 2015 11:23
Andrew Richter
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Thanks, but I don't mean the library itself (I have that as part of the Eclipse workspace), but rather documentation about the library.



Re: Re: Library Documentation? - May 27 2015 2:57
Peter Zwieg
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After this answer I'm sure that OSP - absolutly secret project)))



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