The stellar dynamics toolbox NEMO. NEMO is an extendible Stellar Dynamics Toolbox, following an Open-Source Software model. It has various programs to create, integrate, analyze and visualize N-body and SPH like systems, following the pipe and filter architecture. In addition there are various tools to operate on images, tables and orbits, including FITS files to export/import to/from other astronomical data reduction packages. A large growing fraction of NEMO has been contributed by a growing list of authors. The source code consist of a little over 4000 files and a little under 1,000,000 lines of code and documentation, mostly C, and some C++ and Fortran. We also advertise other software packages , which work on similar problems. NEMO development started in 1986 in Princeton (USA) by Barnes, Hut and Teuben. NEMO is also in ASCL, ADS, and ADS/ascl
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