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Hi All,

I'm an experimental physicist working on nanomaterials for solar cells. I am looking at silver nanowires for transparent conductive electrodes.

I'm looking to simulate a random resistor network utilising some data on resistivities I will be measuring using a nano 4 point probe.

Basically first I want to simulate a number of random networks, then if I remember my 2nd year EM course correctly (it was some time ago!!) I can use kirchoff's laws to solve them.

I have a general idea of how this will work using a few basic coding skills I picked up from codeacademy. But I have never written any code/done any simulations before so was wandering what language do I want to use to try and do this. My initial assumptions would be C++ or Fortran.

Any direction in this would be great.

Thanks.

Ross

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# What Language do I need?

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