# How to install¶

Since we use standard *GNU* tools, the installation of the *GetFEM* library is
somewhat standard. See the download and install page for more details for the installations on the different plateforms.

Since we use standard *GNU* tools, the installation of the *GetFEM* library is
somewhat standard. See the download and install page for more details for the installations on the different plateforms.

- User Documentation
- Introduction
- How to install
- Linear algebra procedures
- MPI Parallelization of
*GetFEM* - Catch errors
- Build a mesh
- Build a finite element method on a mesh
- Selecting integration methods
- Mesh refinement
- Compute arbitrary terms - high-level generic assembly procedures - Generic Weak-Form Language (GWFL)
- Compute arbitrary terms - low-level generic assembly procedures (deprecated)
- Some Standard assembly procedures (low-level generic assembly)
- Interpolation of arbitrary quantities
- Incorporate new finite element methods in
*GetFEM* - Incorporate new approximated integration methods in
*GetFEM* - Level-sets, Xfem, fictitious domains, Cut-fem
- Tools for HHO (Hybrid High-Order) methods
- Interpolation/projection of a finite element method on non-matching meshes
- Compute \(L^2\) and \(H^1\) norms
- Compute derivatives
- Export and view a solution
- A pure convection method
- The model description and basic model bricks
- Numerical continuation and bifurcation
- Finite strain Elasticity bricks
- Small strain plasticity
- ALE Support for object having a large rigid body motion
- Appendix A. Finite element method list
- Appendix B. Cubature method list
- References

*GetFEM*Tutorial- Description of the Project
- Gmm++ Library
*Octave*and*MatLab*Interfaces*Python*Interface- SciLab Interface
- How to install from sources on Linux
- How to install from sources on MacOS X
- How to install
*GetFEM*from sources on Windows - What’s New in GetFEM
- Documenting
- Glossary
- About these documents
- Reporting Bugs in GetFEM
- Legal information
- History and License
- Some related links
- GetFEM Mailing Lists
- GetFEM in action …
- Matlab source code for the tripod
- Matlab source code for the Stokes equation example
- Matlab source code for the Helmholtz equation example

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