pygypsy is a python implementation of the forest Growth and Yield Projection SYstem [HuangEtAl2009].
Its main usage mode is a command line interface; it also has a an API for programmatic use.
It's benefits over other offerings are:
- control over the implementation
- easy to simulate multiple plots
|[HuangEtAl2009]||Huang, Meng, Yang (2009). A Growth and Yield Projection System for Natural and Post-Harvest Stands in Alberta. Retrieved from http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/formain15784/$file/GYPSY-Natural-PostHarvestStands-Alberta-May21-2009.pdf?OpenElement|
pygypsy is available in the following package repositories
pip install pygypsy
conda config --add channels conda-forge conda install pygypsy
Conda is the recommended environment for using gypsy on windows. Installation from PyPI currently requires compilation of cython extensions and C code; on Linux and OSX this is rarely problematic.
pygypsy provides a command line interface for convenient usage
The complete documentation can be accessed with
Usage: pygypsy [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Growth and Yield Projection System Note: 'prep' subcommand must be run before 'simulate' Options: -v, --verbose -o, --output-dir PATH -h, --help Show this message and exit. Commands: generate_config Generate a configuration file Generates a... plot Create charts for all files in pygypsy... prep Prepare stand data for use in pygpysy... simulate Run pygypsy simulation
Documentation for subcommands is available via
pygypsy SUBCOMMAND -h:
If you are interesting in using or developing pygypsy and would like assistance: