All the source files are distributed with pyCIF in the directory
CHIMERE is coded in Fortran90 and can be compiled either with ifort or gfortran.
In both case, the following libraries should be compiled before hand with the corresponding compiler:
Testing with a docker image¶
CHIMERE is automatically tested in a docker image built based on the Dockerfile
provided with pyCIF sources.
To build it locally, use the following command (assuming that Docker is properly installed on your system):
cd CIF_ROOT_DIR docker build -f pycif-ubuntu.Dockerfile -t localimage ./
It can also be directly downloaded from DockerHub using
docker pull pycif/pycif-ubuntu:0.1
From there, you can use examples here to compile and use CHIMERE. The model can be compiled manually using instructions here
See further instructions on how to use pyCIF inside a Docker image here.
CHIMERE test data¶
Test data with simple configurations cases (very small domains easy to compute on a desktop) are available here.