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Installation - For Users

  • Install Anaconda Python. Be sure to get Python 3.x
  • Create a conda env for PyHAT: conda create -n libpyhat
  • Add conda forge to your channels list: conda config --add channels conda-forge
  • Activate the PyHAT environment: source activate libpyhat (for windows: activate libpyhat)
  • To install: conda install -c usgs-astrogeology libpyhat

Installation - For Developers

  • Install Anaconda Python. Be sure to get Python 3.x
  • Add conda forge to your channels list: conda config --add channels conda-forge
  • Clone this repo: git clone https://github.com/USGS-Astrogeology/PyHAT
  • Enter the cloned repo: cd PyHAT
  • Pull the dev branch: git fetch && git checkout dev
  • Install the dependencies: conda create -f environment.yml

Demo

  • Execute the jupyter notebook that will open a new browser tab with the Jupyter homepage.
  • Launch (click) the Kaguya_Spectral_Profiler.ipynb notebook.