Quick Start

If you are using conda:

conda install -c conda-forge pvcaptest

If you are using pip:

pip install captest[optional]

See below, for additional pip installation options.

pip Install Options

If you prefer, you can pip install pvcaptest, but the recommended approach is to use the conda package.

Note: The conda package is named pvcaptest and the pip package is named captest. The project is moving to consistent use of the pvcaptest name, but the package name on pypi will remain as captest.

Pip installation provides a ways to install optional dependencies:

pip install captest[optional]

Will install the optional dependencies: holoviews, panel, pvlib, and openpyxl. For users who want full functionality, but do not want to run the tests or build the documentation this is the recommended method.

pip install captest[test]

Will install the dependencies needed to run the tests.

pip install captest[test, build]

Will install the dependencies needed to run the tests and build the package.

pip install captest[docs]

Will install the dependencies needed to build the documentation. Note that the examples require nbsphinx, which requires pandoc, which pip will not install automatically. You will need to install pandoc separately. Using conda to install pandoc is recommended per the nbshpinx documentation. Pip installing pandoc will install the python wrapper, but not pandoc itself, which is written in Haskell. Using conda to install should install both the python wrapper and pandoc itself.

pip install captest[all]

Will install all of the optional dependencies.