csdmpy has the following strict requirements:

Other requirements include:

Installing csdmpy

On Local machine (Using pip)

PIP is a package manager for Python packages and is included with python version 3.4 and higher. PIP is the easiest way to install python packages.

$ pip install csdmpy

If you get a PermissionError, it usually means that you do not have the required administrative access to install new packages to your Python installation. In this case, you may consider adding the --user option, at the end of the statement, to install the package into your home directory. You can read more about how to do this in the pip documentation.

$ pip install csdmpy --user

Upgrading to a newer version

To upgrade, type the following in the terminal/Prompt

$ pip install csdmpy -U

On Google Colab Notebook

Colaboratory is a Google research project. It is a Jupyter notebook environment that runs entirely in the cloud. Launch a new notebook on Colab. To install the package, type

!pip install csdmpy

in the first cell, and execute. All done! You may now start using the library.