The image below is a sample snapshot of OOMMF in action. In the upper right hand corner is the interactive interface for the 3D micromagnetic solver, Oxsii. Output from the solver is directed via this interface to the vector field display program mmDisp (lower right), to the graphing program mmGraph (upper left), and for tabular display to mmDataTable (middle left). In the bottom left hand corner is an icon for the minimized mmLaunch, which provides a point-and-click interface for launching the various OOMMF applications.

OOMMF screen shot

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