These examples do assume some basic understanding of NEMO,in particular
the usage of its simple command line arguments. Use "help=h" to get a
reminder of the keywords and their defaults.
- Fitting a straight line , with some twists (nov-2004)
- Fitting a straight line , with covariance (may-2009)
- Orbits, in a logarithmic potential. (feb-2000)
- Galactic Orbits (mar-2005)
- Figure 8 Orbit, 3 particles in a humerous arrangement. This is a stable orbit. (feb-2004)
- A Fake Bar, show how you can make pretty (?) pictures of fake
bars and do a different kind of simulation on them. (jan-2005)
- A reasonably Real Bar, and some examples what
you can do with it (mar 2009)
- Orbits in a gridded potential (apr-2009),
or how to take observational data and compute (periodic) orbits in it.
- how to make a (point) density plot from an ascii table
- Pseudo-Newtonian Orbits (jul-2009),
and verification of the General Relativistic precession formula
for the two-body problem.
- Setting up an N-body experiment in: python
- Galactic Velocity Fields and related
Position-Velocity Cubes (may-2011).
- Making movies with UNS files and uns_2dplot
- Sanders and Huntley (1976): potential and example orbits
- Mock observations from EAGLE simulations