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First meeting with my GSoC mentors

I contacted the FEniCS community on their slack channel to inform them about my selection into the GSoC program. The community members were really generous and congratulated me. Then my mentors (Jack S. Hale and Michal Habera) proposed a hangout meeting to be held on May 16th, 2019. In the meantime, they suggested to get […]

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Got selected to GSoC 2019 to work on FEniCS

I am so much happy to have been officially accepted to contribute to the FEniCS project. For those who don’t know, FEniCS (Finite Element Computational Software) is a popular open-source (LGPLv3) computing platform for solving partial differential equations (PDEs). According to wikiversity, FEniCS is an acronym with FE representing Finite Element, CS representing Computational Software, […]

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Getting started with FEniCS on MAC with Docker

FEniCS is a popular open-source computing platform for solving partial differential equations (PDEs). The official site, as well as their official documentation, provides all the necessary steps that are required to set up and run FEniCS. The easiest way to start with FEniCS is via Docker. To use FEniCS with docker follow these steps: Install […]

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How to set custom colormap in MATLAB

When we create a surface plot based on X, Y and Z matrices in Matlab using the surf function, it sets the colormap based on the Z matrix. If we want custom colormap based on some other matrix we can do that by specifying the CData property of the surface. To create the same results […]

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