Using Dune and its Python bindings through Docker/Vagrant or from source

There are a number of ways to use the Python bindings for DUNE and DUNE-FEM. The easiest way is to use the developer’s docker image. It suffices to execute a script in your working directory to get the full Dune environment up and running - then simply type


and do the editing and post-processing of your data on your host as usual. The docker image contains the git repositories of all core modules as well as some dune-fem modules. This makes it easy to update modules or switch to other branches. Additional modules can be easily included by simply cloning them into the attached docker volume. Consequently, this approach is also an easy way of developing new Dune modules (using C++). Python runs in a virtual environment so additional packages can be easily added using pip.

A source installation of the DUNE Python package is also straightforward especially if you have familiarized with the dune build system. In addition to your favorite DUNE modules you only need in addition dune-python.

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