Parallel CompuCell 3D
Parallel CompCell3D is supported on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Compilation of parallel CompuCell3D looks identical to compilation of serial code.
***NEW*** CC3D Version 3.7.5
This version includes improved player and many convenience features in Python scrip ting which make model development much easier.
- Windows versions ship with bundled Python distributions
We added support for OSX 10.11 - ElCapitan
- Starting from this version we will be only providing binaries for 64-bit Long Term Support Ubuntu releases (14.0 16.04 etc). Keep in mind that CC3D can be easily compiled on any linux distribution
- Player has been improved and users can add axes for better visualization
RoadRunner was upgraded to the latest version.
IMPORTANT: The RR upgrade eliminates the need to set steps options in in the Steppable file. If you have step options set remove it from your script
Binary distribution packages:
Windows - 32-bit and 64-bit
CompuCell3D 3.7.5 - Windows Download
Note: If CC3D does not run properly on your machine with NVidia card you can try non-gpu version of the binaries - in this case get setup-no-gpu-xxx.exe file. xxx stands for version number and revision number of current CC3D:
Non-GPU CompuCell3D 3.7.5 - Windows Download
Mac OS X - including ElCapitan binaries
CompuCell3D 3.7.5 - Mac OS X Download
CompuCell3D 3.7.5 - Linux Download
If the above packages are not suitable, building and installing 3.7.5 from source on Linux is easily done by following our Linux step-by-step tutorial .
Need older release?
BionetSolver is deprecated as of 3.7.2
Starting with 3.7.2 we will discontinue upgrades, bug fixes etc for Bionet-Solver. However, we will continue bundling it with binary packages for most platforms (OSX 10.9 is an exception due to compilation issues) but we ask CC3D users to consider using SBML-Solver which is a much better choice for working with SBML models inside CC3D. To get started with SBML-Solver please see Python Scripting Manual for CompuCell3D 3.7.2