PyJAMAS is Just A More Awesome SIESTA
PyJAMAS is Just A More Awesome Siesta.
A note on the Python interpreter
We use type annotations, which were introduced in Python 3.6, so PyJAMAS will not work with Python versions prior to 3.6.
We use the machine learning library TensorFlow, which currently is not fully compatible with Python 3.8. As these incompatibilities are resolved, we will support more recent versions of Python.
PyJAMAS does NOT work with Python 2.
MacOS and Linux
Open a terminal. If you had previously installed PyJAMAS, we recommend uninstalling the previous version:
python3 -m pip uninstall pyjamas-rfglab
To install PyJAMAS, type:
python3 -m pip install --no-cache-dir pyjamas-rfglab
To run PyJAMAS, type:
at the user prompt.
If the executable fails to run, you can also try to execute PyJAMAS by opening a terminal and typing:
python3 -m pyjamas.pjscore
Alternatively, if you clone this repository, you can run PyJAMAS by opening a terminal and navigating to the folder that contains the code using the cd command. Once in the folder, type:
Before installing PyJAMAS, you will need to install Shapely, a package used in PyJAMAS to represent geometric objects such as points or polygons. Under Windows, Shapely fails to install with the PyJAMAS PyPi package. It is recommended to start by manually installing Shapely. To that end, download the appropriate Shapely version from this link. For example, use Shapely‑1.6.4.post2‑cp37‑cp37m‑win_amd64.whl for a 64-bit machine running Python 3.7. Open a command prompt and navigate to the folder that contains the downloaded .whl file using the cd command. Complete the installation of Shapely by typing:
python -m pip install Shapely‑1.6.4.post2‑cp37‑cp37m‑win_amd64.whl
substituting the downloaded file name.
python -m pip install --no-cache-dir pyjamas-rfglab
To run PyJAMAS type:
at the user prompt.
If the executable fails to run, you can also try to execute PyJAMAS by opening a command prompt and typing:
python -m pyjamas.pjscore
Alternatively, if you clone this repository, you can run PyJAMAS by opening a command prompt and navigating to the folder that contains the code using the cd command. Once in the folder, type:
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