lectures issueshttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues2021-04-20T07:34:26Zhttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/15Remove "explain detail balance" from milestone2021-04-20T07:34:26ZMichael WimmerRemove "explain detail balance" from milestoneThis 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/14Equation isn't an equation2021-03-23T11:52:23ZChris van DijkEquation isn't an equation<!--
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Basics of the Monte Carlo method
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$$\int p(x)f(x)dx \underbrace{\approx}_\text{xi sampled from p(x)}\frac{1}{N}\sum_i f(x_i) + \mathcal{O}(\frac{1}{\sqrt{N}}\,. \tag{2}$$
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It should be a nice-looking equation but now it's only code (I'm not sure how)<!--
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Basics of the Monte Carlo method
## Problematic sentence
$$\int p(x)f(x)dx \underbrace{\approx}_\text{xi sampled from p(x)}\frac{1}{N}\sum_i f(x_i) + \mathcal{O}(\frac{1}{\sqrt{N}}\,. \tag{2}$$
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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/13Week 5 link doesn't work2021-03-13T14:12:28ZChris van DijkWeek 5 link doesn't work<!--
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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.<!--
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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/12Typo in lecture notes week 42021-03-03T10:29:38ZChris van DijkTypo in lecture notes week 4<!--
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Lecture notes Argon project, week 4
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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.
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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.<!--
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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/11lecture notes week 1 motion of particles2021-02-10T19:00:18ZSebas Roelofslecture notes week 1 motion of particles<!--
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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<!--
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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 particleshttps://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/10Add explanation how to compute errors for polymer project.2020-05-27T08:12:22ZMichael WimmerAdd explanation how to compute errors for polymer project.https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/9Add set of errata for Jos' book2021-02-07T22:33:24ZMichael WimmerAdd set of errata for Jos' bookErrors:
- specific heat
- PERM algorithm (sum vs product)Errors:
- specific heat
- PERM algorithm (sum vs product)https://gitlab.kwant-project.org/computational_physics/lectures/-/issues/8Be more explicit about time lines2020-05-27T08:11:09ZMichael WimmerBe more explicit about time linesFor 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/7add lecture notes for Monte Carlo introduction2020-04-03T20:55:26ZMichael Wimmeradd lecture notes for Monte Carlo introductionMichael WimmerMichael Wimmer