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Free Unified Rendering in Python

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FURY - Free Unified Rendering in Python

FURY is a software library for scientific visualization in Python

Installation

1. from binaries

pip install fury

2. from source

Step 1. Get the latest source by cloning this repo:

git clone https://github.com/fury-gl/fury.git

Step 2. Install requirements:

pip install -r requirements/default.txt

Step 3. Install fury via:

pip install .

or:

pip install -e .

Step 4: Enjoy!

For more information, see also installation page on fury.gl

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Start with the contributing guide!

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