EMMREM Web Interface - Help
Welcome to the EMMREM web interface. In order to utilize the web interface,
you first need to apply for an account.
Assuming you have an account, you can utilize all of the menus at the top.
Without an account, only the items under the
EMMREM Home menu
will be accessible to you. The remainder of this help page assumes you have a
valid EMMREM web interface userid and password.
In order to work with the interface, you will first need to set up an
"Experiment". You do this with the
menu. You can either create
a new Experiment or load an
existing Experiment. There will likely be shared Experiments you can load
even as a brand new user.
Once you have an Experiment, you can do one of two things.
You can use the
Run Code -> Run EMMREM
Suite option to set up and rull all of the EMMREM codes as a group.
Alternatively, you can run codes individually and with somewhat finer
control by using the
tab from the Manage Experiment menu to select Input and Configuration
files to be used by the codes and then continuing with the instructions
Having done these things, you will be ready to run the codes using the
Run Code menu and, for
visualization routines, the
The codes do need to be run in a certain order in general, shown by the flowchart here. The "Input Parser" and "SPICE" codes
are run first (order of running them does not matter) and, once both have been
run, "EPREM" can then be run. This allows the running of the "Output Parser"
code. After this, either "BRYNTRN", Visualization->"Make Flux Plots", or
Visualization->"Make Distribution Plots" can be run. Following BRYNTRN being
run, the final set of visualization routines, Visualization->"Make Dose Plots"
can be run. However, if you are modifying an existing Experiment, some or all
of these routines may have already been run. If that is the case, you may be
able to immediately run any (or all) of the later routines in the flowchart.
You can also of course go back and run the earlier routines, perhaps with
different Configuration file parameters.
You can also at any time use the utility routines in the
File Management menu
to do such things as Share files (and/or Experiments), View files (and/or
Experiments) and various other actions.
For additional help information, use the "Help" link on any page or you can,
from within the help system (as you are now), use the Help Information sidebar
to the right.