The ONELAB mobile app is available for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android:
The mobile app runs all computations locally on your mobile device. It contains full-featured versions of Gmsh and GetDP, including common dependencies (PETSC, OpenCASCADE).
Running a pre-packaged model
The list of available models appears when you launch the app. Selecting a model will load it. You can then press
Run to launch a simulation with the default set of parameters. When available, additional information about a model can be obtained by long-pressing on the model description and selecting
Visit model website.
Modifying a model
To run a model with different parameters, press
Parameters and modify any of the presets. Then press
Run again: all the simulation steps will be performed with the new parameter values. To restore the preset parameters values, press
Advanced users can also directly edit the model input files: long-press on the model description and select
Edit model files. To free up space, temporary model files (meshes, solution files) can be removed by long-pressing on the model description and selecting
Clear results. To completey remove a model, long-press on the model description and select
Sharing a model
To share a model by email, long-press on the model description and select '''Email model files'''.
Installing a new model
To install a new model:
- Put all the model files (
.geo) in a directory, which should also contain a file named
infos.xmlwith the model information:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <models> <model> <title>Your model title</title> <summary>Your model summary</summary> <file type="pro">your_main_pro_file.pro</file> <preview type="png">your_128x128_pixel_screenshot.png</preview> <url>http://your_model_website.com</url> </model> </models>
See e.g. the Waveguides model.
Zip the directory.
Open the .zip file on your device (e.g. through iCloud, Dropbox or Google Drive; or by emailing it to yourself and opening the attachment; or by putting it on a web server and downloading the file on the device with Safari or Chrome).
The new models will be extracted alongside the app's built-in models.