There are different ways to install Verde:
Using the pip package manager:
python -m pip install verde
Using the conda package manager (or
that comes with the Anaconda/Miniconda distribution:
conda install verde --channel conda-forge
You can use
pip to install the latest unreleased version from
GitHub (not recommended in most situations):
python -m pip install --upgrade git+https://github.com/fatiando/verde
The commands above should be executed in a terminal. On Windows, use the
cmd.exe or the “Anaconda Prompt” app if you’re using Anaconda.
You’ll need Python >= 3.7. See Supported Python versions if you require support for older versions.
The required dependencies should be installed automatically when you install
The following are optional dependencies that can make some parts of the code more efficient if they are installed:
numba: replaces numpy calculations of predictions and Jacobian matrices in splines with faster and more memory efficient multi-threaded versions.
Our examples use other packages as well which are not used within Verde itself. If you wish to run the examples in the documentation, you will also have to install: