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Utilites for the mapping pipeline from WASP

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Utilites for the mapping pipeline from WASP


Step 0 (optional): If you wish to specify the locations of the Anaconda3 and/or WASP installations, you can do so through the environment variables WASP_MAP_ANACONDA_DIR and WASP_MAP_DIR. For example, you could append this to your .bash_profile:

export WASP_MAP_ANACONDA_DIR=~/anaconda3

If these environment variables point to already-existing installations of Anaconda3 and WASP, respectively, then you can skip step 2 (running wasp_map-download).

If you also set environment variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH appropriately, you can skip step 3 (running wasp_map-set-ldlib). For example:

export WASP_MAP_ANACONDA_DIR=~/anaconda3

Step 1: install the python package via pip3:

pip3 install wasp_map


pip3 install --user wasp_map

Step 2: Once the python package is installed, run


and follow the prompts. Anaconda3 and/or WASP will be installed, if necessary.

Step 3: Next, run


and follow the instruction. It will be something like:

Run the following `export` command, or append it to your .bashrc, .profile, or .bash_profile:
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/aaylward/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/wasp_map/anaconda3/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

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