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=================== Installing tensorly =================== Pre-requisite ============= The only non-optional pre-requisite is to have Python installed. .. important:: TensorLy is developed/tested only for Python3! If you are still using Python2, you probably want to upgrade! If you are starting with Python or generally want a pain-free experience, I recommend you install the `Anaconda distribiution <https://www.anaconda.com/download/>`_. It comes with all you need shipped-in and ready to use! Installing with pip (recommended) ================================= Simply run, in your terminal:: pip install -U tensorly (the `-U` is optional, use it if you want to update the package). Installing with Conda ===================== You can also directly install tensorly using conda, from the tensorly channel:: conda install -c tensorly tensorly And that is you done! Cloning the github repository ============================= Clone the repository and cd there:: git clone https://github.com/tensorly/tensorly cd tensorly Then install the package (here in editable mode with `-e` or equivalently `--editable`:: pip install -e . Running the tests ================= Uni-testing is an vital part of this package. You can run all the tests using `pytest`:: pytest tensorly Compiling the documentation =========================== You will need to install slimit and minify:: pip install slimit rcssmin You are now ready to build the doc (here in html):: make html The results will be in `_build/html` Why Python 3? ============= Short answer: it's 2018 (at the time of writing...) Python 3 was first released **10 years** ago and, while breaking compatibility, it improved a lot of things. To quote the `wiki <https://wiki.python.org/moin/Python2orPython3>`_: | Short version: Python 2.x is legacy, Python 3.x is the present and future of the language In particular, have a look at the list of `what's new in Python (3) <https://docs.python.org/3/whatsnew/index.html>`_