Python wrapper around open-source Radiative Transfer Modelling scripts
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Python Radiative Transfer Modelling Wrappers

Get spectral or integrated broadband irradiance outputs from SMARTS and SBdart conveniently, in python.

Prerequisites

  • Python 2.6 or 2.7.
  • SBdart 2.4 and SMARTS 2.9.5 must be compiled and installed on your system $PATH as sbdart and smarts295 respectively.
  • Numpy is required. Installing PyLab is recommended, and will include numpy.

Installation

The package is on PyPi, so assuming your python installation included setuptools, you can simply use pip (or easy_install).

$ pip install rtm

or with easy_install

$ easy_install rtm

Documentation

Check the Appropedia page: http://www.appropedia.org/PyRTM

There are also more detailed setup and installation instructions on the Appropidia page.