Jupyter-Notebook in the purpose to support student learning in the data analysis of the laboratory exercise KF6 - Gamma Spectroscopy
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README.md

Gamma Lab Analysis

A software framework and jupyter-notebook to support the laboratory exercise KF6 - Gamma Spectroscopy.

If you find any errors or if you have any questions, make a pull request, post an issue or write me an email.

Running the Jupyter-Notebook

You can run it in the web browser on mybinder (without installing anything) by clicking the link here (ignore the following in that case). However, it is recommended to instead install it locally.

It is possible to run the notebook on your local computer as follows:

  1. Install miniconda3 alternatively the full anaconda3 environment on your laptop (the latter is much larger).
  2. Download this repository.
  3. Install and activate the GammaLabAnalysis environment described by the file environment.yml  by running the following in a terminal:
conda env create -f environment.yml
source activate GammaLabAnalysis
./postBuild
  1. Run the notebook via jupyter-notebook or if you prefer with jupyter-lab.

If you want to try out jupyter-lab you can do so here: jupyter-lab binder