Find below some frequently asked questions. If you don’t find what you are looking for, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
What is Reaktoro?
Reaktoro is a project that aims at the long-term to provide all you need for simulating chemical processes. At the moment, it is available via C++ and Python. The library is entirely implemented in C++ for performance reasons. Python bindings are generated on top of the C++ interface for a more convenient usage. Check the tutorials to see what you can currently do with it.
Why is Reaktoro open-source?
Because we believe you should know what goes inside of it and help us with further development and bug fixes!
How can I help with the Reaktoro Project?
In multiple ways, from reporting bugs, to suggesting improvements, writing tutorials, helping with testing, development of algorithms, anything.
Please get in touch if you are interested in helping with the project.
How do I cite Reaktoro?
Have a look at these instructions.
Where can I request help about Reaktoro?
You can always contact us via Gitter.
An example in the website is not working. What should I do?
It is possible that the example contains a recently developed feature or
modeling capability and you are using an older version of Reaktoro. Try updating
reaktoro package in the conda environment it is installed, using either
Anaconda Navigator or the following conda command:
conda activate rkt conda update --all
Assuming above you named
rkt as the conda environment containing
You may also want to check these installation instructions using
I’m not a programmer. I find it challenging to use Reaktoro. What can I do?
We have plans to build a web app for Reaktoro, with a modern user interface, which is more attractive to non-programmers. If you are reading this and happen to have skills in developing graphical user interfaces or want to finantially support this project, please get in touch.