Reproducible Electrical Data Analysis
REDA - Reproducible Electrical Data Analysis
Latest release: 0.1.4 (14. November 2019)
REDA is a scientific Python library for reproducible geoelectrical data analysis. It aims to provide a unified interface for common and advanced data processing steps while bridging the gap between a multitude of geoelectric measurement devices and inversion codes used across the geophysical community. It offers functionality to import, analyze, process, visualize, and export geoelectrical data with particular emphasis on time-lapse functionality and reproducibility. The latter is realized in the form of a logging system, which keeps track of each individual processing step applied to particular data set in a human-readable journal. REDA is platform compatible, tested and open-source under the permissive MIT license. Any contributions from the community are highly welcome.
REDA is a work-in-progress. Please contact us if you wish to use it or miss a specific functionality. Please see the status page for more information.
Install latest release from PyPI (https://pypi.org/project/reda/):
pip install reda
Install current development version from git:
git clone https://github.com/geophysics-ubonn/reda cd reda # 1) Installing dependencies with pip pip install -r requirements.txt # 2) Installing dependencies with conda conda install --file requirements.txt python setup.py install
An online version of the docs can be found here: https://geophysics-ubonn.github.io/reda
We look forward to any type of contributions:
- code contribution
- example contributions
- documentation help
- issuing bug reports
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