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Python parser for Scientific datasets

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sciparse - Scientific Dataset parsing

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Getting Started


Common Issues

How to Use

Adding Additional Unit Tests

  • Any time you want to add additional unit tests just add them to those in the tests/ directory and prepend with the name test. These will be automatically found by pytest and run during local commits and remote builds.

Writing the Documentation

  • The documentation source is located in docs/source and is written in restructured text (markdown is also available).

Building the Documentation

Simply run make html from the docs/ directory. This will compile the files in the docs/source/ directory, and place them in the main docs/ directory where github pages can find them.

Dependencies / Technologies Used


Thanks to all the great people on stack overflow and github, for their seemingly boundless tolerance to my and others' questions.

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