EOmaps is available via the
conda-forge channel and can be installed via:
conda install -c conda-forge eomaps
This should make sure all required dependencies are correctly installed.
Greatly speed up the installation!
Since the dependencies of EOmaps can be demanding to solve for the classic
conda solver, it is highly recommended
that you use mamba to install EOmaps!
mamba, simply use:
conda install -c conda-forge mamba
mamba is installed, you just need to replace the term
mamba and you’re good to go!
mamba install -c conda-forge eomaps
Alternatively you can also configure
conda to use the
libmamba solver by default.
(More info here: A Faster Solver for Conda: Libmamba )
A quick tutorial on how to get started from scratch is available here: 🚀 From 0 to EOmaps - a quickstart guide
More details on how to configure your favorite IDE to work with EOmaps can be found in the FAQ section Configuring the editor (IDE):
EOmaps is also available on
pip and can be installed via
pip install eomaps
However, it is not guaranteed that all dependencies are correctly resolved and some manual
tweaking of the environment might be required to ensure that all packages work as expected.
Especially dependencies on C/C++ libraries such as
pyproj have to be configured
carefully to set up everying correctly. If you are not sure what you’re doing, use
conda + mamba!
A list of all required dependencies can be found in ⚙ How to set up a development environment