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Audience Categories

So before you start a post, how might you figure out if it will be understandable for your background? That's where my categories come in.

  • General Audience: Those with some background in programming, math, and physics should be able to follow.
  • Prerequisites Required: I will spell out classes that one should have taken in order to understand the physics of the post. For example, in order to understand calculating the orbitals of a hydrogen-like atom, I will assume you analytically solved the hydrogen atom in a Quantum Mechanics course. Even if you haven't taken the classes, feel free to still look at the posts.
  • Graduate: Advanced Courses are recommended in order to get the most out of the material. That being said, I try to avoid assuming knowledge of vocabulary or notation. I want to bridge the gap between written descriptions of algorithms and full fledged research implementations here.
  • Numerics:Without a specific physics goal. Sometimes I may just want to talk about something programming or numerical method related.
  • Programming:Assorted Julialang topics not to do with numbers.
Title Level Tags
General Audience

Teaching with Code

Intro to Jupyter and Projectile Motion

Computationally Visualizing Crystals Pt. 2

Computationally Visualizing Crystals

Prerequisites Required

Time Evolution Split Operator Method

Phase Transitions

Monte Carlo Ferromagnet

Atomic Orbitals Pt. 2

Atomic Orbitals

Quantum Harmonic Oscillator


Runge-Kutta Methods

Monte Carlo Markov Chain

Monte Carlo Calculation of pi

Jacobi Transformation of a Symmetric Matrix



HDF5 in Julia

Julia with MKL on OSX


1D Spin Chain Prerequisites

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