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README.rst

dclab

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This is a Python library for the post-measurement analysis of real-time deformability cytometry (RT-DC) datasets; an essential part of Shape-Out.

Documentation

The documentation, including the code reference and examples, is available at dclab.readthedocs.io.

Installation

pip install dclab[all]

For more options, please check out the documentation.

Information for developers

Contributing

The main branch for developing dclab is master. If you want to make small changes like one-liners, documentation, or default values in the configuration, you may work on the master branch. If you want to change more, please (fork dclab and) create a separate branch, e.g. my_new_feature_dev, and create a pull-request once you are done making your changes. Please make sure to edit the Changelog.

Very important: Please always try to use

git pull --rebase

instead of

git pull

to prevent confusions in the commit history.

Tests

dclab is tested using pytest. If you have the time, please write test methods for your code and put them in the tests directory.

Incrementing version

Dclab currently gets its version from the latest git tag. If you think that a new version should be published, create a tag on the master branch (if you have the necessary permissions to do so):

git tag -a "0.1.3"
git push --tags origin

Appveyor and TravisCI will then automatically build source package and wheels and publish them on PyPI.

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