Commit 1cccce44 authored by Ryan Gutenkunst's avatar Ryan Gutenkunst
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Update to reflect conda-forge distribution

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Also, please sign up for our mailing list, where we help the community with ∂a∂i. Please do search the archives before posting. Many questions come up repeatedly. (http://groups.google.com/group/dadi-user)
The easiest way to install dadi is via conda, `conda install -c bioconda dadi`.
The easiest way to install dadi is via conda, `conda install -c conda-forge dadi`.
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- matplotlib
- IPython
The easiest way to obtain all these dependencies to install the [Anaconda Python Distribution](https://www.anaconda.com/distribution/). And the easiest way to install dadi is then via `conda`, using the command `conda install -c bioconda dadi`. dadi can also be installed via `pip`, using the command `python3 -m pip install dadi`.
The easiest way to obtain all these dependencies to install the [Anaconda Python Distribution](https://www.anaconda.com/distribution/). And the easiest way to install dadi is then via `conda`, using the command `conda install -c conda-forge dadi`. dadi can also be installed via `pip`, using the command `python3 -m pip install dadi`.
### Installing from source
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# (Testing) python3 -m twine upload --repository-url https://test.pypi.org/legacy/ dist/*
# (Final) python3 -m twine upload dist/* # Username is RyanGutenkunst
# To distribute to Conda
# Update bioconda-recipes via "git fetch https://github.com/bioconda/bioconda-recipes.git master" "git merge FETCH_HEAD"
# Update recipe meta.yaml in bioconda-recipes/recipes/dadi with new version number and sha256.
# A pull request will automatically be created to update https://github.com/conda-forge/dadi-feedstock
# Update recipe meta.yaml in dadi-feedstock/recipe with new version number and sha256.
# (To generate sha256, use openssl dgst -sha256 dist/dadi-<version>.tar.gz
# Then "git add meta.yaml" and "git commit" then "git push"
# Push recipe and submit pull request
# To test BioConda, I used bootstrap method on https://bioconda.github.io/contributor/building-locally.html
# Then update the pull request
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