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Spectral invariants package

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(hyper)spectral data processing with spectral invariants (p-theory)


I haven't yet made an official pip package of spectralinvariant. But here's how you can install the package on your system locally:

  • Clone this repo to your machine via GitHub Desktop or using git:
$ git clone
  • Install the package in your repo directory using pip:
/spectralinvariant$ pip install -e .

The -e flag makes pip install the package locally, i.e., in the src directory, NOT within your Python distribution.


You can test whether the installation succeeded by running python and importing the prospect_wavelengths() function:

>>> import spectralinvariant.prospect
>>> spectralinvariant.prospect.prospect_wavelengths()

This should yield

array([ 400,  401,  402, ..., 2498, 2499, 2500])

You can also running the GUI_p or which are located in the demos folder.

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