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Question A question about geometry Salome Pre/Post processor
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Whenever I google for "software salome books tutorials" I get thousands of entries but all related to Salome' By Oscar Wilde, not exactly what I am looking for. I wonder who or why that name was selected for a geometry pre and post processor for numerical Analysis.
Anyway, I am just trying to find material for self training of Salome (The software not Oscar Wilde book), and I wonder if there is any books written (preferably in English) about this nice programme.
I know about the tutorials on the CaeLinux.com web portal But they are outdated, confusing and have not been updated to the latest version.
If you know about books or tutorial books, please share this valuable information with us
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