This directory holds subdirectories with examples of usage for system or proprietary software.

- bamg, examples which illustrate the use of BAMG, a program for generating 2D meshes that can be used to define the geometry for the the finite element package FREEFEM++.
- bash_shell, examples which illustrate the use of BASH Shell scripts;
- chrispell_freefem++ examples which are associated with a FreeFem++ presentation by John Chrispell and Jason Howell.
- cmake, examples which illustrate the use of CMAKE;
- condor, examples which illustrate the use of CONDOR, a queuing system for submitting jobs;
- dealii, examples which illustrate the use of DEAL.II, a finite element Differential Equations Analysis Library (DEAL).
- dealii_osx, examples which illustrate the use of version DEAL.II, on a Macintosh running the OSX operating system.
- dealii_rcc, examples which illustrate the use of version DEAL.II on the FSU Research Computing Center (RCC) cluster.
- fenics, examples which illustrate how to solve partial differential equations using FENICS.
- fenics_glacier, an example whic uses FENICS to set up the 2D steady Stokes equations to model the movement of a glacier, by William Mitchell.
- fenics_to_fem, examples which illustrate how a mesh or scalar function computed by the FENICS program can be written to FEM files, which can then be used to create images, or as input to meshing programs or other analysis tools.
- freefem++ examples which illustrate the use of the FREEFEM++ package, a high-level integrated development environment for the numerical solution of nonlinear multiphysics partial differential equations in 2D and 3D.
- gmsh, examples which illustrate the use of the gmsh program, a 3D mesh generator for the finite element method (FEM).
- gnuplot, examples which illustrate the use of the gnuplot() interactive graphing program.
- graphics_examples_convert, examples which illustrate how various kinds of data can be modified and converted using the ImageMagick program convert() and related tools.
- graphics_examples_gnuplot, examples which illustrate how various kinds of data can be displayed and analyzed graphically, using the interactive executable program gnuplot().
- graphics_examples_grace, examples which illustrate how various kinds of data can be displayed and analyzed graphically, using the interactive executable program grace().
- graphics_examples_plotly1, examples which illustrate how various kinds of data can be displayed and analyzed graphically, using the plotly() program (version 1) from a browser.
- hecht_freefem++ examples which accompanied the standard reference paper for FREEFEM++, used by Frederic Hecht to illustrate special features of the program.
- here_document, examples which illustrate the use of "here documents", little helper text files which can be created on the fly by a script.
- ifiss, examples which illustrate the use of IFISS, the MATLAB-based flow-solver.
- mathjax, examples which illustrate the use of the mathjax system for displaying mathematical notation in a web page.
- medit, examples which illustrate the use of the medit interactive graphics program.
- meshlab, examples which illustrate the use of the meshlab program, an advanced mesh processing system for automatic or user-assisted editing, cleaning, filtering, converting and rendering of large unstructured 3D triangular meshes.
- mitchell_dealii, examples which illustrate the implementation of the Mitchell elliptic test problems using DEAL.II.
- mitchell_fenics, examples which illustrate the implementation of the Mitchell elliptic test problems using FENICS.
- mitchell_freefem++, examples which illustrate the implementation of the Mitchell elliptic test problems using FREEFEM++.
- moab, examples which illustrate the use of the MOAB job scheduler for a computer cluster.
- parallel_matlab, examples which illustrate the use of MATLAB's Parallel Computing Toolbox;
- paraview, examples which illustrate the use of the paraview interactive graphics program.
- pbs, examples which illustrate the use of PBS, the Portable Batch Scheduler, as installed at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.
- s2de_freefem++, examples which illustrate the solution of steady incompressible Stokes flow problems using FREEFEM++.
- slurm, examples which illustrate the use of the SLURM job scheduler for a computer cluster.
- sort, examples which illustrate the use of the UNIX sort command.
- tetgen, examples which illustrate the use of TETGEN, which can compute the convex hull and Delaunay tetrahedralization of a set of 3D points, or can start with a 3D region defined by its boundaries, and construct a boundary-constrained conforming quality Delaunay mesh, by Hang Si.
- tethex, examples which illustrate the use of TETHEX, a C++ program which can read a Gmsh file defining a mesh of triangles or tetrahedrons, and subdivide the mesh into quadrilaterals or hexahedrons, which are suitable for use by the DEALII finite element program, by Mikhail Artemiev.
- tetview, examples which illustrate the use of TETVIEW, which can display the 3D meshes and tetrahedralizations created by TETGEN, by Hang Si.
- tikz, examples which illustrate the use of TIKZ, a drawing package for use in TEX and LATEX documents;
- visit, examples which illustrate the use of the visit interactive graphics program.
- voronoi_diagram, examples which illustrate the computation and use of a Voronoi diagram.

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