For the development code and upcoming releases see the
Online Documentation for ESPResSo with python.
The main documentation up to version 3.3.1 is the
User’s Guide (UG) for ESPResSo with TCL.
New ESPResSo users should follow these steps to get ESPResSo running:
- Check the installation requirements for your operating system
- Download ESPResSo
- Build ESPResSo
- Run your script with ./pypresso <SCRIPT> or have a look at the tutorials
Tutorials on ESPResSo that can be found in
doc/tutorials/ in the source code and distribution packages or
online on github. The tutorials contain script files and detailed descriptions:
- Building ESPResSo
- Simulate a simple Lennard-Jones liquid
- Charged systems
- Lattice Boltzmann
- Raspberry electrophoresis
- Catalytic reactions
- We have a FAQ list (Frequently Asked Questions) on our wiki.
- You can also search the archive of the User’s Mailing List.
- Or you can have a look at our wiki.
- For developers, there is a Doxygen Documentation.
- There are the presentations from the yearly ESPResSo Summer Schools at ICP in Stuttgart
- Course material from the 6th SimTech-SFB716-CECAM-summer school “Simulating Soft and Active Matter with ESPResSo, ESPResSo++ and VOTCA” (October 5 – 9, 2015)
- Course material from the 4th ESPResSo Summer School “Simulating Soft Matter with ESPResSo, ESPResSo++ and VOTCA” (Oct 7-11 2013)
- Course material from the 3rd ESPResSo Summer School “Simulating Soft Matter with ESPResSo, ESPResSo++ and VOTCA” (Oct 8-12 2012)
- Presentations from the 2nd tutorial workshop “Coarse-grained Simulation of Biological Soft Matter Systems using ESPResSo” (Oct 11-14 2011)
- Presentations from the 1st tutorial workshop “Simulating Soft Matter with ESPResSo” (Oct 10-15 2010)