Users are strongly recommended to manage these dependencies with the excellent Intel Distribution for Python which provides easy access to all of the above dependencies and more.
iris works on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. It requires Python 3.6+.
The GUI frontend of
iris requires PyQt5. This requirement cannot, at this
time, be substituted with Pyside.
iris is available on PyPI as iris-ued:
python -m pip install iris-ued
Iris is also available on the conda-forge channel:
conda config --add channels conda-forge conda install iris-ued
You can install the latest developer version of
iris by cloning the git
git clone https://github.com/LaurentRDC/iris-ued.git
…then installing the package with:
cd iris-ued python setup.py install
In Python code,
iris can be imported as follows
Test reduced datasets are made available by the Siwick research group. The data can be accessed on the public data repository
If you want to check that all the tests are running correctly with your Python configuration, type:
python setup.py test