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Installation

Both kima and pykima can easily be installed using pip:

pip install kima

PyPI version

Alternatively, you can also clone the GitHub repository

git clone https://github.com/j-faria/kima.git

and install the package locally

cd kima
make -j 4
pip install -e .

Note

You may choose to analyse the results without pykima since the inputs and outputs of kima itself are simple text files. pykima will just make it a bit easier.

If the installation fails, take a look at the troubleshooting section of the wiki or open an issue.


Last update: 2022-07-08