• Primary author Francesco Spinozzi
    Polytechnic University of Marche
    Department DISVA
  • genfit website
  • notes
    which version of genfit have you downloaded, the one for Windows
    or for Linux/Mac? In the first case, in the same package you
    would have found also gfortran and gnuplot installation
    packages. To test if the installation of gfortran is good, just
    open a Command window and type gfortran. If the system gives you
    the following answer "gfortran: fatal error: no input files" it
    means that gfortran has been correctly installed. Otherwise, you
    have to add in your PATH variable (that is under Commands and
    Settings option of Window) the folder were gfortran has been
    If so, after the start of the GUI, go under Settings and chose
    the option Compile Fortran code.  Just wait up to the end of
    You have also to correctly install gnuplot. Under the GUI of
    genfit, in the Settings/Option, you have to write the whole name
    of the gnuplot application (including its path). Typically it is
    the file wgnuplot.exe.
    In the case of Linux/Mac you have to install gfortran and gnuplot
    in you computer independently on the installation of genfit. Then
    you have to write the full path name of the gnuplot application
    under Settings/Option. And you have to push the option Compile
    Fortran Code.
    The manual of genfit is under the "docs" folder.
    A lot of examples are present in the folder genfit_examples. To
    test them, you have to open the file genA0XX,.dat in the folder
    genfit_examples/basic.  For example, genA005.dat will show the
    model #5, genA015 the model # 15 and so on.
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