Difference between revisions of "Configuring and running FIA"

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[[Configuration settings|Configuration settings]]
 
[[Configuration settings|Configuration settings]]
  
Running FIA from Windows
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Running FIA from Linux
 
Running FIA from Linux
 
===Windows===
 
 
To run FIA, open a command prompt and type
 
 
fia64 -c <name_of_configuration_file.cnf>
 
 
For instance, if your configuration file is called test.cnf, type
 
 
fia64 -c test.cnf
 
  
 
==Calling FIA from code==
 
==Calling FIA from code==
  
 
This option requires that you supply (i) data as in-memory arrays, (ii) calls to configuration functions that set up how you want to run the analysis, and (iii) suitable code to call FIA from your coding environment.
 
This option requires that you supply (i) data as in-memory arrays, (ii) calls to configuration functions that set up how you want to run the analysis, and (iii) suitable code to call FIA from your coding environment.

Revision as of 05:00, 20 August 2021

FIA can be configured in two ways, depending on how you want to call the program:

Calling FIA from the command line

This option requires that you supply (i) data files, and (ii) a configuration file. The mechanics of doing this are shown in the following links:

Data files for FIA

Setting up a configuration file

Configuration settings

Running FIA from Windows

Running FIA from Linux

Calling FIA from code

This option requires that you supply (i) data as in-memory arrays, (ii) calls to configuration functions that set up how you want to run the analysis, and (iii) suitable code to call FIA from your coding environment.