The recommended way to install Puzzlestream is a simple Window installer you can find here.
Simply download the file, run the installer and you are ready to go. The installation already includes packages such as numpy, scipy and matplotlib; any PyPi (Python pakage index) package can be added after the installation. Packages that have already been installed beforehand (using a different Python installation) will be available in Puzzlestream.
If you are already using Python and know what you are doing, you may install Puzzlestream as a pip-package to save a little storage space. Check your Python version first by running:
in the command line; at least, Python 3.5 is required. We recommend getting the newest Python version at https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/. Puzzlestream can then be installed using:
python -m pip install --upgrade puzzlestream
On Linux, Puzzlestream can be installed in four easy steps. If you know that pip for Python ≥ 3.5 is already installed on your system, you can directly jump to step 4.
Open a terminal (Ubuntu: Ctrl + Alt + T).
Check your current Python version. Run:
in the command line. Python 3 should be installed on all modern Linux distributions, at least Python 3.5 is required.
Install pip for Python 3. For Debian-based Linux distributions (Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, …), run:
sudo apt-get install python3-pip
On Red Hat-based LInux distributions (Fedora, Cent OS, Scientific Linux, RHEL, …), run:
sudo dnf install python3-pip
Install Puzzlestream using pip. Run:
python3 -m pip install --upgrade --user puzzlestream
in the command line to install Puzzlestream.