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Osmose >= 3.3.3

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The Osmose user documentation is now available on a companion webpage: https://documentation.osmose-model.org

This documentation is still under development and will be updated regularly.

Changes from Osmose 3 Update 1 to Osmose 3 Update 2

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This new release is an update of  Osmose 3 and,  as such,  does not  lead to major changes in the parameters. This document  highlights the most  important  changes from Osmose 3 Update 1 to Osmose 3 Update 2, and lists all the changes, additions and deprecations.

Changes from Osmose 3 to Osmose 3 Update 1

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Osmose 3 update 1, as the name indicates, is an update of Osmose 3 and, as such, does not lead to major changes in the parameters. This document highlights the most important changes from Osmose 3 to Osmose 3 update 1 in terms of features, and lists all the changes of parameters, additions and deprecations.

Description of the input parameters (Osmose 3 Update 1)

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This document describes all the input parameters from Osmose 3 Update 1.

Format and organization of the input files

An Osmose configuration file is a text based file. The name of the file does not matter, but we recommend that you avoid any special characters and space in the name of the file as it might generate IO errors when you'll be running Osmose from the command line or calibrating the model in a UNIX environment.  The extension of the file does not  matter either.

Description of the input parameters (Osmose 3)

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This document describes all the input parameters from Osmose 3 (2013).

Format and organization of the input files

An Osmose configuration file is a text based file. The name of the file does not matter, but we recommend that you avoid any special characters and space in the name of the file as it might generate IO errors when you'll be running Osmose from the command line or calibrating the model in a UNIX environment.  The extension of the file does not  matter either.

Getting started with Osmose 3: install and run

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Object-oriented Simulator of Marine ecOSystem Exploitation

(This document is a draft and we keep udating it)

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