Particle transport packages for the Paegan library
The parallelized Lagrangian transport model for NetCDF/OPeNDAP data, written on top of [Paegan](https://github.com/asascience-open/paegan)
You are using virtualenv, right?
- Install [virtualenv-burrito](https://github.com/brainsik/virtualenv-burrito)
- Create virtualenv named “paegan-transport-dev”: mkvirtualenv -p your_python_binary paegan-transport-dev
- Start using your new virtualenv: workon paegan-transport-dev
Paegan-Transport requires python 2.7.x and is available on PyPI.
The best way to install Paegan-Transport is through pip:
`bash pip install paegan-transport `
Paegan-Transport requires the following python libraries which will be downloaded and installed through pip:
See the [Paegan](https://github.com/asascience-open/paegan) documentation for installing other dependencies related to Paegan.
- More behaviors
If you are having trouble getting any of the paegan functionality to work, try running the tests:
`bash git clone email@example.com:asascience-open/paegan-transport.git` cd paegan-transport pip install pytest python -m pytest -s `
If you want to run the any model controller or shoreline tests, you will need to edit the test files with paths appropriate for your system. Default is /data/lm with /data/lm/bathy and /data/lm/shore filled in with the files below.
Some tests require large files that are not in source control. You can get them here: * ETOPO1 Global Bathymetry ([ETOPO1_Bed_g_gmt4.grd](http://s3.amazonaws.com/paegan/resources/ETOPO1_Bed_g_gmt4.grd)) * Shoreline files (unzip) ([shore.zip](https://s3.amazonaws.com/paegan/resources/shore.zip))
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.