Package to handle reading of files recorded with JPK instruments.
You have the following three options to install jpkfile.
The simplest way, if you have internet access on the target device, is to install via pip. In a command line type:
$ pip install --user jpkfile
You can also clone/download the source files from jpkfile’s project page. Navigate to your copy of the project folder in a command line and type:
$ python setup.py install --user
add module to your
jpkfile has only one relevant python file
jpkfile.py, which makes “installing” straight-forward: you simply need to add the folder in which the .py file lies to your python path.
One way to do so is to add a .pth file containing the path to the folder as text to your user’s site-packages folder:
* On my Ubuntu 18.04 machine, the site-packages folder is at /home/<username>/.local/lib/python3.7/site-packages
* If yours isn’t there, you can figure it out by starting python in the command line and typing
>>> import site >>> site.USER_SITE
- Open a new file in a text editor, enter the path to the folder containing the jpkfile module.
- Save the file into the site-packages folder.
That’s it. You should now be able to import jpkfile anywhere on your system.
You can have a look at the
read_data_from_jpk_archive.py file, or, if you have jupyter/ipython notebook installed, at the
read_data_from_jpk_archive.ipynb file in the examples folder. Those examples show you first steps how to use the jpkfile module.
The module is documented using sphinx. You can find a built version at readthedocs.io, and also download it as PDF or HTML from there.
Alternatively, you can build it yourself locally. The source files include a
docs folder, which contains all the contents for the documentation. It requires sphinx (I tested only version 2.0.1) and the sphinx_rtd_theme to build.
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