LaGriT Registration and Download
LaGriT binaries are available for download. Supported platforms are primarily Linux, other platforms such as Mac OSX and WINDOWS are available but may not be current with latest release. The most current version of LaGriT is open-source (see below).
For a LaGriT binary, fill out a the web form (link below) and instructions for downloading LaGriT will be emailed to you. Click here to enter registration information
Note: The username for the site is “lagrit” and the password is “register”.
For questions contact LaGriT registration at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LaGriT Open Source
LaGriT V3 LA-CC-15-069 is distributed as open-source software under a BSD 3-Clause License (See below). The Github repository includes source code, compile instructions, and tests for both LaGriT and PyLaGriT. External collaborators are welcome to particpate, see the contributor agreement in the repo. It also includes a snapshot of this site, lagrit.lanl.gov.
git clone https://github.com/lanl/LaGriT
The following external Exodus II libraries are used with the LaGriT build. For Questions regarding these libraries, contact Greg Sjaardema at Sandia National Laboratories (email@example.com).
LANL Software: LA-CC-15-069 No. C15097
This software is open source available under the BSD-3 license.
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