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load and evaluate splines developed in MatLab -- for Gibbs energy splines, also calculates several other thermodynamic variables for pure substances or single-solute solutions

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These packages have been tested with Python 3.7 on OSX and with Python 3.6.8 on Windows. Although they are intended to be platform-independent, they have not been tested on other operating systems.

Installation requires git.
Also make sure you have the most recent version of pip installed.

The following packages will be installed:

Demo scripts may also require the following packages, which must be installed manually:

Run the following command in Terminal on OSX or in Git Bash on Windows.

pip3 install uw-highP-geophysics-tools

Note that scripts can be run in the regular command prompt on Windows; it is only the install that needs to be done in Git Bash.

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