Installation#

pyscal3 can be installed on Linux and Mac OS based systems. On Windows systems, it is recommended to use Windows subsystem for Linux. The following instructions will help install pyscal3:

pip install pyscal3

conda install -c conda-forge pyscal3

We strongly recommend creating a conda environment for the installation. To see how you can install conda see here.

Once a conda distribution is available, the following steps will help set up an environment to use pyscal3. First step is to clone the repository.

git clone https://github.com/pyscal/pyscal3.git

After cloning, an environment can be created from the included file-

cd pyscal3
conda env create -f .ci_support/environment.yml

This will install the necessary packages and create an environment called rdf. It can be activated by,

conda activate pyscal-test

then, install pyscal3 using,

pip install .