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Message 564 - Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 7:31:38 UTC
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It remains only to wait for the tasks in progress. Thank you very much for participating! You helped create the database of simulated powder diffraction patterns: http://database.xansons4cod.com.

You calculated:

x-ray diffraction patterns for 356 202 structures (92.6% of all COD entries),

neutron diffraction patterns for 370 533 structures (96.3% of all COD entries).

Nikolay Khrapov almost finished the database interface. We still need to write the "About" page which is left blank for now.

Since COD itself has advanced search by chemical composition and other properties of the structure, for our database searching only by COD ID is enough. The structure's page (example) contains interactive charts showing simulated powder diffraction patterns, links to the data files with these patterns (in text format) and the list of volunteers who contributed to this page. If the COD ID does not exist or was not processed, the respective page is empty.
Note that despite the COD ID is a 7-digit number, only about 384,600 entries exist and the IDs do not necessary go by numerical order (there are gaps).

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Message 565 - Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 18:23:53 UTC - in response to Message 564.

Well done!
I give you my little gpu and only 2700 structures.
I hope this help

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Message 566 - Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 19:18:35 UTC

Great!

Congratulations Vlad for your continuous and active support during all the project development. An example for any BOINC project wishing to start.

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Message 567 - Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 21:07:05 UTC

For anyone looking to create a BOINC project, big or small, follow the lead of Vlad. Seamless processes in all regards were a hallmark of this endeavor. And he kept everyone informed of every occurrence, how we could help, what to expect.

Great job, Vlad. Looking forward to the next phase of this project, whatever it may be, and hopefully to another project of yours in the future...
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Message 568 - Posted: 30 Sep 2017, 8:00:35 UTC - in response to Message 567.
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Well done on a very successful boinc project Vlad. I agree with all the above comments that there are many boinc admins who could learn a great deal about how to run a good boinc project from you.

I'd gladly crunch for you again any day.



PS: Do you have any plans for new projects in the future? *crosses fingers*
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Message 569 - Posted: 1 Oct 2017, 0:21:29 UTC - in response to Message 568.

Thank you all for your words! It was a pleasure to do this project with you! I got a very valuable experience!

Regarding the future projects, if there will be another scientific task correlating with what I’m doing and requiring massive calculations, then there will be another BOINC project. So far, I can only say that if such a task appears, it will most likely be connected with ITER (because my main work is related to that project).

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Message 570 - Posted: 1 Oct 2017, 10:35:34 UTC - in response to Message 569.

Regarding the future projects, if there will be another scientific task correlating with what I’m doing and requiring massive calculations, then there will be another BOINC project. So far, I can only say that if such a task appears, it will most likely be connected with ITER (because my main work is related to that project).

Fusion is about the most important topic that I can think of. If we can be of help, let us know and there will be plenty of GPUs at your disposal. There really are not many good projects for GPUs these days.

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Message 571 - Posted: 6 Oct 2017, 16:34:47 UTC - in response to Message 569.

I can only say that if such a task appears, it will most likely be connected with ITER (because my main work is related to that project).


I hope that you can make this a reality as I will dump any resource I can into making man-made fusion a reality. Best of luck!

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