[Users] Student's Tutorial for the Einstein Toolkit

Roland Haas rhaas at illinois.edu
Wed Nov 25 08:28:04 CST 2020

Hello Nick,

> Thank you for getting back to me so quickly and for thinking they look good.
> I do think they would fit well on the wiki. 
Note that I was not thinking of transforming it into a wiki page, just
link to the PDF file.

> I would be happy to provide the LaTeX source code and figure files
> and am happy for the document to be built upon in the future - though
> I would prefer for my name to be credited, as I'm sure you can
> understand.
Certainly, that is definitely expected.

> How would you like me to send the source code?
Uh, good question ideally as a repository or you could also consider
uploading it to the arXiv with a license that allows re-use (CC-BY or
so which also satisfies the requirement of acknowledging the original
author), which would add extra visibility to it (it does not need to be
submitted to a journal for this).


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