Installation Instructions

dorado is compatible with Python 2.7, 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8. There are only 4 dependencies: numpy, matplotlib, scipy, future, and tqdm.

Installation via pip

To pip-install this package, first ensure that you have the dependencies listed above installed, and then use the following command:

$ pip install pydorado

Installation from source

1. Clone (or download) the repository

$ git clone

2. From the cloned (or extracted) folder, run the following in the command line:

$ python install

to install the dorado package.

3. You can test your installation using pytest. To do this, first install pytest by running the following from the command line:

$ pip install pytest

Then to run the unit tests, type the following from the cloned (or extracted) folder:

$ pytest

Editable installation from source

If you’d prefer an “editable” install (meaning that any modifications you make to the code will be used when you import and run scripts), run the following in the command line after cloning the repository (instead of following the above instructions):

$ pip install -r requirements.txt

$ pip install -e .

The unit tests can be run (after installing pytest as indicated above) by typing:

$ pytest