I need someone with strong programming (you can use any programming language you want) and physics skills to help me with a project.
Here is a detailed explanation of what I need done for the work. I will pay $300 dollars for certain, plus a possible bonus. The project is not really that difficult I've been told. It's simply a matter of putting the pieces together and I don't know how.
#1 - My friend sent me his IDL code that he used from last semester and told me this is what he used to get all the answers for all of the EMB3 model assignments when he took the class. This files are titled and "[url removed, login to view]", "[url removed, login to view]" . You may use any computer programming language you'd like to complete this homework. All you need to do is modify the code (or write your own to make it work however you'd like).
#2 - The instructions for the current assignment are attached here and are titled "Page 1, 2, 3, 4".
#3 - At the start of the semester, my professor sent us some general documents on how to develop the EBM3 model. The documents are titled "[url removed, login to view]" and "[url removed, login to view]".
#4 - I'm not totally sure what the files "[url removed, login to view]", and "[url removed, login to view]" do?
#5 I have also included the answers from EMB3 homework #2 in case they will help you. These files are titled "Old EBM3 homework #2" and "Old EBM3_#2 instructions"
As you can see, my friend has done most of the work for us. The only thing I need done is to have the code modified a bit so that we can answer the last set of questions (attached "page 1,2,3,4") with the model. I'm not sure if the homework question #2 and #3 will require programming code or not. They may simply involve solving by hand.
Please don't hesitate to let me know if you need anything more. Again, the deadline for this project is 6am (USA central time) Monday December 7. Thank you