PySlice for Windows Publisher's description
from Tim Cera
Pyslice is a specialized templating system that replaces variables in a template data set with numbers taken from all combinations of a grouped series of numbers.
Pyslice is a specialized templating system that replaces variables in a template data set with numbers taken from all combinations of a grouped series of numbers. It creates a dataset from input template files for each combination of variables in the series.
The main function of Pyslice is to provide utility functions for parametric modeling. Parametric modeling is a process of varying many inputs to a model. A drawback to parametric modeling is that there are usually hundreds to thousands of data sets to prepare and a corresponding number of model runs. Pyslice will create the model data sets and manage the model runs, or place the model runs in a queue managed by other software. Pyslice is also useful in establishing the sensitivity of a model to changing parameters.
I called the program Pyslice for the obvious double meaning and that the program slices up the input domain of numbers to a simulation.
What's New in This Release:В· Windows fixes from Kevin Northover (THANKS!)
В· Removed close_fds from the subprocess command - not available on Windows
В· Created a example/go_windows.bat
В· Changed the example/pyslice.ini to have a generic program to run (dir)
В· Created a example/go_linux since couldn't figure out a single file that would run on both platforms.
В· Some stylistic changes moving from 'while...' to 'for ...' constructs where possible.
System Requirements:В· Python
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall