Python API to access NeXus data
This package provides a Python API to open, create, and manipulate NeXus data written in the HDF5 format. The 'nexusformat' package provides the underlying API for NeXpy, which provides a GUI interface for visualizing and analyzing NeXus data.
The latest development version is always available from NeXpy's GitHub repository.
Installing and Running
Released versions of
nexusformat can be installed using either
$ pip install nexusformat
or, if you are in a conda environment::
$ conda install -c conda-forge nexusformat
The source code can be downloaded from the NeXpy Git repository:
$ git clone http://github.com/nexpy/nexusformat.git
The following libraries are used by the full installation of NeXpy. There is more details of the nature of these dependencies in the NeXpy documentation.
Consult the NeXpy documentation for details of both the Python command-line API and how to use the NeXpy GUI. If you have any general questions concerning the use of NeXpy, please address them to the NeXus Mailing List. If you discover any bugs, please submit a Github issue, preferably with relevant tracebacks.
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