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You can combine the Python approach and the Vistrails approach of running a simulation using the PythonSource module within Vistrails. Especially for testing purposes it is very convenient to use a PythonSource module first before creating a custom-made module in Vistrails. In [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/tutorials2.0.0/code-03-vistrails-python-source/pythonsourcetutorial.vt pythonsourcetutorial.vt] you will find an example for an Ising simulation, where we used this hybrid approach.
 
You can combine the Python approach and the Vistrails approach of running a simulation using the PythonSource module within Vistrails. Especially for testing purposes it is very convenient to use a PythonSource module first before creating a custom-made module in Vistrails. In [http://alps.comp-phys.org/static/tutorials2.0.0/code-03-vistrails-python-source/pythonsourcetutorial.vt pythonsourcetutorial.vt] you will find an example for an Ising simulation, where we used this hybrid approach.

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You can combine the Python approach and the Vistrails approach of running a simulation using the PythonSource module within Vistrails. Especially for testing purposes it is very convenient to use a PythonSource module first before creating a custom-made module in Vistrails. In pythonsourcetutorial.vt you will find an example for an Ising simulation, where we used this hybrid approach.