Thank you so much. On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 5:38 PM Oliver Lemke <oliver.le...@uni-hamburg.de> wrote:
> Hi Sisma, > > > On 5 Mar 2019, at 18:25, Sisma Samuel <sisma.sam...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > sir, > > Thank you, I am a beginner i don't know how to compile .arts file. can > you please explain how to run a sample program, for any example in > classroom exercise of control files. > > Start by adding the arts/build/src directory to your search path variable. > This way you can call the arts executable from anywhere without having to > give the whole path. Starting from the toplevel ARTS directory, use this > command to set the PATH and test if it worked: > > export PATH=$PWD/build/src:$PATH > arts -v > > Now you can call ARTS with a controlfile. Try to run the TestClearSky: > > cd controlfiles/artscomponents/clearsky > arts -r020 TestClearSky.arts > > You should see some log output and the message 'Everything seems fine. > Goodbye.'. > > For the classroom examples, you also need the arts-xml-data package, which > you can download here: > > > http://www.radiativetransfer.org/misc/download/stable/2.2/arts-xml-data-2.2.5.tar.gz > > When running a classroom example, you need to tell arts where it can find > the arts-xml-data package. Assuming you have unpacked it in your home > directory, the command for > controlfiles/classroom_exercises/exe1_absorption/ would look like this: > > cd controlfiles/artscomponents/clearsky > arts -r020 -D$HOME/arts-xml-data-2.2.5 absorption.arts > > If you have arts-xml-data unpacked elsewhere, adapt the -D argument > accordingly. > > Hope this helps, > Oliver > > > > I know IDL language, no one in my institute is currently using ARTS that > is the reason why I am asking very basic questions. > > > > On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 3:56 PM Oliver Lemke <oliver.le...@uni-hamburg.de> > wrote: > > Hi Sisma, > > > > > On 5 Mar 2019, at 11:02, Sisma Samuel <sisma.sam...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > sir, > > > I am a degree student, I wish to learn ARTS, can any one suggest me > few simple tutorials and user guides to start on. > > > > You can find user guides and articles about the features on the ARTS > homepage at: > > > > http://www.radiativetransfer.org/docs/ > > > > The ARTS source distribution contains a lot of example controlfiles that > can help you to get started. For example, > arts/controlfiles/artscomponents/clearsky/TestClearSky.arts shows how to do > clearsky calculations in a 1D, 2D or 3D atmospheres. > > > > > I installed arts by following the guidelines in ARTS website and > > > Features in this build: > > > Numeric precision: double > > > OpenMP support: enabled > > > Documentation server: enabled > > > Zipped XML support: enabled > > > NetCDF support: disabled > > > Fortran support: disabled > > > Disort support: disabled > > > Refice support: disabled > > > Tmatrix support: disabled > > > Why certain features are not enabled can any one help me and please > give me valuable suggestions > > > > The features that need Fortran are disabled by default. The source > distribution contains a README file that describes how to enable them in > the "OPTIONAL FEATURES" section. Depending on what you wanna do with ARTS > you might not even need them. > > > > Cheers, > > Oliver > > > > > > > > -- > > Yours faithfully > > Sisma Samuel. > > -- Yours faithfully Sisma Samuel JRF, SPL, VSSC.
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