Due to the complexity arising from a large number of possible interactions, computational modeling of the formation and evolution of star clusters is a major challenge. This article describes a program called GalevNB that can take a potentially large number of possible interactions into account when modeling the formation and evolution of star clusters and compare the generated results with observations. Researchers can implement this program in their modeling efforts, helping to advance this field of study.
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