More detailed information about the different GPT versions is shown in the GPT Versions and the GPT platforms tables shown below. See also our Features page for more information about the capabilities of GPT.
1) Single-core only.
2) The Linux and Mac versions of GPT do not ship with a graphical user interface. We therefore recommend converting GPT and GDFA output to ascii or SDDS, and subsequently using public domain plotting packages such as GNUplot and the SDDStoolkit. Alternatively, scripts are available on the GPT Community page that convert binary output to Matlab and HDF formats. On-line help is always available as PDF manuals.
3) Running the MPI-cluster version requires one 'per machine' license for that machine in addition to an individual 'per user' GPT 3.2 license for each active GPT user.
4) Intel based SUSE or RHEL Linux. Other systems on request.