Installing Python and Clifford

Hugo Hadfield 2018

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Installing Python

  • If you already have Python 3 then don't worry!
  • You can check by typing python3 (or py -3 for windows) in a terminal and checking that it launches python
  • If you don't have Python then I would recommend Anaconda
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  • Go to https://www.anaconda.com/download/
  • Download the Python 3.7 version and run the installer
  • After installation check you can access Python by running python3 in a terminal

Installing Clifford

  • In the last slide, if you already had Python3 installed you now need to check if you have conda
  • Type "conda" in a terminal window, if it says that it cannot find conda then you can install via pip. Run:

pip3 install clifford

  • If you did have conda installed, or you have freshly installed Anaconda in the previous slide then run:

conda install clifford -c conda-forge

Test your Clifford installation

  • In a terminal window type

python3

  • And then after python launches

from clifford.g3c import *

  • Check that no errors are thrown

 

Install pyganja

 

git clone https://github.com/pygae/pyganja.git
cd pyganja
git submodule init
git submodule update
python3 setup.py install

You should now be all set up :)

Installing Python and Clifford

By Hugo Hadfield

Installing Python and Clifford

A presentation on installing the python clifford package for geometric algebra. Originally presented to faculty and students from Brno University of Technology and Masaryk University. The clifford python package can be found here: https://github.com/pygae/clifford

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