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The following IPython Notebooks are the standard training material distributed with the Addfor trainings. For more information about standard and custom training solutions please visit Training @ Addfor.
All the IPython notebooks are distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
We recommend to install the Anaconda distribution to the latest version: please visit continuum.io to download Anaconda. The tutorials work with python3 (python2 is no longer supported). After Anaconda installation update the distribution to the latest release:
conda update anaconda.
Clone this repository with git; use this command:
git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/addfor/tutorialsif you want to download only the current commit (faster, takes less disk space):
Create a shallow clone with a history truncated to the specified number of commits.
NOTE: for Windows users, you can use this git client, or choose to download: click Clone or download and then Download ZIP (in this case skip the git clone step).
Next cd into tutorials and create the environment addfortutorials from the file `addfortutorials.yml
(make sure the file is in your directory). Issue the commandconda env create -f addfor_tutorials.yml` (the process could take few minutes). After the installation is finished, activate the environment:
Windows:activate myenvmacOS and Linux:source activate myenv
All notebooks use our Addutils library: please install Addutils (for python3) before running the Notebooks. Download the zip file and open the Terminal or Anaconda Prompt:
source activate addfor_tutorialsif environment is not already active, then type
pip install AddUtils-0.5.4-py34.zip(it should work for python3.4+).
At this point you are able to run the notebook with:
jupyter-notebookand navigate through the directory tree.
Note: the first time you run the notebooks you could experience a brief slowdown due to matplotlib building its font cache. It should disappear the next session.
For more informations visit: Download training material guidelines @ Addfor