OSMOCES 2013: Computational Modeling with VPython

If you are in my [OSMOCES 2013](http://osmoces.org/) session on Computational Modeling with VPython and want to try the models as we go, here are the three links to you need to get setup:

* [VPython](http://www.vpython.org/index.html)
* [my GitHub](https://github.com/gcschmit/vpython-physics)

Install VPython for your system and download my vpython-physics repository from GitHub.

If you referring to these materials later or just browsing, here are the slides I shared.

Download (PDF, 5.59MB)

I also shared several links to other resources, textbooks, papers at the end. They are reproduced here to make navigation easier.

* [Georgia Tech PER Group](https://per.gatech.edu/wiki/doku.php?id=projects:hscomp:physutil)
* [my GitHub](https://github.com/gcschmit/vpython-physics)
* [John Burk’s blog](https://quantumprogress.wordpress.com/computational-modeling/)
* [Matter and Interactions by Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood](http://matterandinteractions.org)
* [Computational Physics by Mark Newman](http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mejn/cp/)
* [Integrating Numerical Computation into the Modeling Instruction Curriculum](http://arxiv.org/abs/1207.0844) by Caballero, Burk, et al.
* [Open Source Physics, Easy Java Simulations (OSP EJS)](http://www.opensourcephysics.org/search/categories.cfm?t=Overview)
* [Glowscript and CoffeeScript](http://www.glowscript.org) and an [introduction](http://matterandinteractions.wordpress.com/2011/09/23/glowscript-3d-animations-in-a-browser/)
* [GeoGebra](http://www.geogebra.org)

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