Copyright 2019 Pascal Audet & Helen Janiszewski
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The current version has been tested using Python3.6 and 3.7 Also, the following packages are required:
Other required packages (e.g.,
will be automatically installed by
We recommend creating a custom
OBStools can be installed along with some of its dependencies.
conda create -n obs python=3.7 obspy -c conda-forge
Activate the newly created environment:
conda activate obs
Install remaining dependencies using
pip inside the
pip install stdb
Installing from Pypi¶
This option is not available at this time
Installing from source¶
Clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/paudetseis/OBStools.git cd OBStools
Install using pip:
pip install stdb pip install .