This guide provides a reference about the Python interface of GetFEM. For a complete reference of GetFEM, please report to the specific guides, but you should be able to use the getfem-interface’s without any particular knowledge of the GetFEM internals, although a basic knowledge about Finite Elements is required. This documentation is however not self contained. You should in particular refer to the user documentation to have a more extensive description of the structures algorithms and concepts used.

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