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README

This is the code for the Tetrad project. Please, if you
are a user of Tetrad, or even a novice, if you are 
willing, would you please consider giving us feedback
on what you like about it or don't like about it? It
would be most appreciated. Just open up an issue (click
on the Issues tab, above).

An introduction to Tetrad can be found here:

http://www.phil.cmu.edu/tetrad

A tutorial can be found here:

https://rawgit.com/cmu-phil/tetrad/development/tetrad-gui/src/main/resources/resources/javahelp/manual/tetrad_tutorial.html

The manual is here:

http://cmu-phil.github.io/tetrad/manual/

Javadocs can be found by running the javadocs command on the project once checked out.

Downloads directory is here:

https://cloud.ccd.pitt.edu/nexus/content/repositories/releases/edu/cmu/tetrad-gui/

The wiki is here:

https://github.com/cmu-phil/tetrad/wiki

The issue tracker is here:

https://github.com/cmu-phil/tetrad/issues

For instructions on how to set this project up in 
IntelliJ IDEA, see the Wiki. Alternatively, you can 
run the lifecycle package target and launch the ejar 
that is  built in the target directory, using the call

java -jar *-launch.jar

The project contains fairly well-developed code in these 
packages:

tetrad
pitt
tetradapp (now succeeded by Causal Command - https://github.com/bd2kccd/causal-cmd)

The  tetrad-lib package contains the "model" code; the 
tetrad-gui package contains the "view" (GUI) code.

We have a (small) team working (part-time) on this code,
but if you have contributions to me, please feel free.
If you have suggestions or bug reports, please subit 
those to the github issue tracker. If you have code
contributions, these will be handled via the
issue tracker and the GitHub pull-request procedure. As 
usual, please fork the repository if you'd like to work on 
it; contributions will be handled through the usual
github review method by pull request.
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