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Library for getting your data into HEPData

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hepdata_lib

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Library for getting your data into HEPData

Installation

pip install hepdata_lib

Getting started

For using hepdata_lib, you don't even need to install it, but can use the binder or SWAN (CERN-only) services using one of the buttons below and following the instructions in the notebook with name Getting_started:

Binder SWAN

You can also use the docker image:

docker run --rm -it -p 8888:8888 clelange/hepdata_lib

And then point your browser to http://localhost:8888 and use the token that is printed out.

Further examples

There are a few more examples available that can directly be run using the binder links below or using SWAN (CERN-only, please use LCG release LCG_94 or later) and selecting the corresponding notebook manually:

External dependencies

Make sure that you have ROOT in your $PYTHONPATH and that the convert command is available by adding its location to your $PATH if needed.

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