Python users can now run GenX from a thin-python-wrapper interface, developed by Daniel Olsen. This tool is called
pygenx and can be cloned from the github page: pygenx. It needs installation of Julia 1.3 and a clone of GenX repo along with your python installation.
It is now possible to run a list of GenX cases as separate batch jobs. Alternatively, they can also be run locally in sequence, as one job. It has been developed by Jacob Schwartz. This tool is called
SimpleGenXCaseRunner and can be cloned from the github page: SimpleGenXCaseRunner
If you would like to report a bug in the code or request a feature, please use our Issue Tracker. If you're unsure or have questions on how to use GenX that are not addressed by the above documentation, please reach out to Sambuddha Chakrabarti (email@example.com), Jesse Jenkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dharik Mallapragada (email@example.com).