|Setup GIT/GitHub (recommended)||Download .zip file directly|
git init git clone https://github.com/gibbonCode/GIBBON.git
The steps below guide you through a streamlined installation procedure using the
*If you prefer manual installation do the following: 1) Add the GIBBON folder (with subfolders) to the path and save the path definitions, 2) Run
createHelpDemoDocumentation.m to integrate the help and documentation, 3) For the 3rd party packages: 3a) Add the
export_fig folder to the path and save the path definitions, 3b) Go to the config folder in ../GIBBON/config and edit the FEBioPath.txt file to contain the full path to the FEBio executable
Skip this step if finite element analysis and figure exporting are not required.
||FEBio is a finite element solver and is used in GIBBON for all finite element analysis. Use of FEBio is featured in many of the
||No||Get via GitHub
Is used for tetrahedral meshing (and possibly constrained 3D Delaunay tessellation). See for instance
|Yes||For other versions: TetGen website|
installGibbon.m the GIBBON, FEBio, and export_fig path definitions will be added and saved to MATLAB. The help and documentation will also be integrated. Once finished you will be asked to restart MATLAB.
installGibbon.m can be found in the main GIBBON folder.