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== Resources == | == Resources == | ||

− | + | * {{Download|T4w.pdf|Worksheet for the fourth tutorial}} |

## Latest revision as of 21:51, 7 May 2007

## Overview

This tutorial covers

- writing simple analysis tools
- using gnuplot's fitting tool
- evaluating the critical exponents of the Ising model

## Content

In this second tutorial on the Ising model you have to write some analysis routines, and compute the corresponding observables (magnetization, susceptibility, Binder parameter) to check the scaling behavior and compute critical exponents of the 2D Ising model.