lectures issues https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues 2021-04-20T07:34:26Z https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/15 Remove &quot;explain detail balance&quot; from milestone 2021-04-20T07:34:26Z Michael Wimmer Remove "explain detail balance" from milestone This is too vague, and we haven't given them proper examples. This is too vague, and we haven't given them proper examples. https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/14 Equation isn&#39;t an equation 2021-03-23T11:52:23Z Chris van Dijk Equation isn't an equation <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Basics of the Monte Carlo method ## Problematic sentence $$\int p(x)f(x)dx \underbrace{\approx}_\text{xi sampled from p(x)}\frac{1}{N}\sum_i f(x_i) + \mathcal{O}(\frac{1}{\sqrt{N}}\,. \tag{2}$$ ## Correct version It should be a nice-looking equation but now it's only code (I'm not sure how) <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Basics of the Monte Carlo method ## Problematic sentence $$\int p(x)f(x)dx \underbrace{\approx}_\text{xi sampled from p(x)}\frac{1}{N}\sum_i f(x_i) + \mathcal{O}(\frac{1}{\sqrt{N}}\,. \tag{2}$$ ## Correct version It should be a nice-looking equation but now it's only code (I'm not sure how) https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/13 Week 5 link doesn&#39;t work 2021-03-13T14:12:28Z Chris van Dijk Week 5 link doesn't work <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Lecture notes week 5 ## Problematic sentence Instead of using an actual molecular dynamics data, here I use random correlated data that I generated using a [mathematical prescription] (https://www.cmu.edu/biolphys/deserno/pdf/corr_gaussian_random.pdf) that allows me to specify the correlation. ## Correct version I think deleting the space between the ] and the ( since the link doesn't load nicely. <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Lecture notes week 5 ## Problematic sentence Instead of using an actual molecular dynamics data, here I use random correlated data that I generated using a [mathematical prescription] (https://www.cmu.edu/biolphys/deserno/pdf/corr_gaussian_random.pdf) that allows me to specify the correlation. ## Correct version I think deleting the space between the ] and the ( since the link doesn't load nicely. https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/12 Typo in lecture notes week 4 2021-03-03T10:29:38Z Chris van Dijk Typo in lecture notes week 4 <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Lecture notes Argon project, week 4 ## Problematic sentence That **relathionship** can be very simple, for example in the case of an ideal gas where there are no interactions and particles simply move along straight lines. ## Correct version That **relationship** can be very simple, for example in the case of an ideal gas where there are no interactions and particles simply move along straight lines. <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Lecture notes Argon project, week 4 ## Problematic sentence That **relathionship** can be very simple, for example in the case of an ideal gas where there are no interactions and particles simply move along straight lines. ## Correct version That **relationship** can be very simple, for example in the case of an ideal gas where there are no interactions and particles simply move along straight lines. https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/11 lecture notes week 1 motion of particles 2021-02-10T19:00:18Z Sebas Roelofs lecture notes week 1 motion of particles <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Molecular Dynamics simulation of Argon - Lecture notes - Week 1 ## Problematic sentence (a little reminder: when we have a... ...we have ∇U(r)=dU/dr * \textbf{x}/r) ## Correct version (a little reminder: when we have a... ...we have ∇U(r)=dU/dr * \textbf{r}/r) Because you're talking about the unit vector in the direction of the difference vector Maybe it's meant well but I found it confusing since you also use r as the distance between 2 particles <!-- Thanks for providing feedback! Please provide the information below. --> ## File in which the problem appears Molecular Dynamics simulation of Argon - Lecture notes - Week 1 ## Problematic sentence (a little reminder: when we have a... ...we have ∇U(r)=dU/dr * \textbf{x}/r) ## Correct version (a little reminder: when we have a... ...we have ∇U(r)=dU/dr * \textbf{r}/r) Because you're talking about the unit vector in the direction of the difference vector Maybe it's meant well but I found it confusing since you also use r as the distance between 2 particles https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/10 Add explanation how to compute errors for polymer project. 2020-05-27T08:12:22Z Michael Wimmer Add explanation how to compute errors for polymer project. https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/9 Add set of errata for Jos&#39; book 2021-02-07T22:33:24Z Michael Wimmer Add set of errata for Jos' book Errors: - specific heat - PERM algorithm (sum vs product) Errors: - specific heat - PERM algorithm (sum vs product) https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/8 Be more explicit about time lines 2020-05-27T08:11:09Z Michael Wimmer Be more explicit about time lines For next year: make explicit of how much time they have. For next year: make explicit of how much time they have. https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/7 add lecture notes for Monte Carlo introduction 2020-04-03T20:55:26Z Michael Wimmer add lecture notes for Monte Carlo introduction Michael Wimmer Michael Wimmer