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Revert "Remark regarding bench_Nexuse.m"

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##### 3. Prepare software & license ##### 3. Prepare software & license
You could skip this section if you don't plan to run the whole Nexus-e platform locally. You could skip this section if you don't plan to run the whole Nexus-e platform locally.
- **Matlab** (2018a or higher) - **Matlab** (R2018a or higher, Matlab R2020b is recomended)
- Set up database connector - Set up database connector
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isopen(conn) isopen(conn)
``` ```
- **Python** (3.x) - **Python** (3.8.6 is recomended)
```eval_rst ```eval_rst
|:warning:| Note: we are now in the phase of transferring from python 2.x to python 3.x. Therefore, it is recommended to use python 3.x locally and identify potential issues for the transfer. |:warning:| Note: we are now in the phase of transferring from python 2.x to python 3.x. Therefore, it is recommended to use python 3.x locally and identify potential issues for the transfer.
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- Find out your python path (it varies largely depending on your PC's operating system and how you installed python). Uncomment and adapt the variable `PATH_PYTHON` in `user_conf.m` accordingly. - Find out your python path (it varies largely depending on your PC's operating system and how you installed python). Uncomment and adapt the variable `PATH_PYTHON` in `user_conf.m` accordingly.
- If you have a python virtual environment, you could configure it following the instructions in `user_conf.m`. - If you have a python virtual environment, you could configure it following the instructions in `user_conf.m`.
- **GAMS** - **GAMS** (32.2 is recomended)
- Download from [here](https://www.gams.com/download/) - Download from [here](https://www.gams.com/download/)
- Set GAMS License - Set GAMS License
- Use the `gamslice.txt` provided in polybox `02_Model/02_Model_Setup_Instruction`. - Use the `gamslice.txt` provided in polybox `02_Model/02_Model_Setup_Instruction`.
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- If you haven't done so, make a copy of `user_example_conf.m` in the folder `Run_Nexuse`. Name the copy as `user_conf.m`. (Note: You should only work with the local copy, because the original `xxx_example_conf.m` will be synchronized to git and it shouldn't be changed.) - If you haven't done so, make a copy of `user_example_conf.m` in the folder `Run_Nexuse`. Name the copy as `user_conf.m`. (Note: You should only work with the local copy, because the original `xxx_example_conf.m` will be synchronized to git and it shouldn't be changed.)
- Find out your GAMS path (it varies largely depending on your PC's operating system and the version of GAMS). Uncomment and adapt the variable `PATH_GAMS` in `user_conf.m` accordingly. - Find out your GAMS path (it varies largely depending on your PC's operating system and the version of GAMS). Uncomment and adapt the variable `PATH_GAMS` in `user_conf.m` accordingly.
- **Gurobi**(9.x) - **Gurobi**(9.0 is recomended)
- Download Gurobi and set up a free Gurobi academic license <https://www.gurobi.com/academia/academic-program-and-licenses>. - Download Gurobi and set up a free Gurobi academic license <https://www.gurobi.com/academia/academic-program-and-licenses>.
- Connect Gurobi with Matlab following [this instruction](https://www.gurobi.com/documentation/9.0/quickstart_mac/matlab_setting_up_grb_for_.html). - Connect Gurobi with Matlab following [this instruction](https://www.gurobi.com/documentation/9.0/quickstart_mac/matlab_setting_up_grb_for_.html).
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- Open Matlab - Open Matlab
- Before running `run_Nexuse.m` for the first time, you need to run `bench_Nexuse.m`. - Before running `run_Nexuse.m` for the first time, you need to run `bench_Nexuse.m`.
It is recommended to repeat this step after major changes to the modules eMark and CentIv. It is recommended to repeat this step after major changes to the modules eMark and CentIv.
- Run the script `run_Nexuse.m` in the `Run_Nexuse` folder - Run the script `run_Nexuse.m` in the `Run_Nexuse` folder. Note, make sure you are into the `Run_Nexuse` folder before runing the `run_Nexuse.m` script.
- You could change the variables `scen`, `tpRes`, and `limDifference` as instructed in the script - You could change the variables `scen`, `tpRes`, and `limDifference` as instructed in the script
- Consult Blazhe Gjorgiev (gblazhe@ethz.ch) if you want to run other scripts in the `Run_Nexuse` folder. - Consult Blazhe Gjorgiev (gblazhe@ethz.ch) if you want to run other scripts in the `Run_Nexuse` folder.
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