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Data modeling and handling for natural science and engineering

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CerberosCharon

Data modeling and handling for natural science and engineering.

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Install CerberosCharon in a virtual environment. Install ipython for convenience, jupyterlab for using the notebooks, and pandas for convenient csv file handling . Then, start the virtual environment and start an ipython console.

Using a bash terminal, this looks like this:

mkdir cerberoscharon_demo
cd cerberoscharon_demo
pipenv --python 3.7
pipenv install CerberosCharon ipython jupyterlab pandas xlsxwriter matplotlib jinja2
pipenv shell
ipython3

Inside the ipython3 console (using python 3.7), set up a demo project.

import CerberosCharon
CerberosCharon.get_demo()
quit()

Now, you find the file "cerberoscharon_demo.zip". Unzip it and you find some examples in the "Notebook" directory . You can start them using jupyter.

Using a bash terminal, this looks like this:

unzip cerberoscharon_demo.zip
cd Notebooks
jupyter notebook objects.ipynb

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