The source code for
PyPop can be
In addition, because the Windows binary distributes a copy
cygwin1.dll, we are required under
the terms of the GNU GPL to provide a copy of the Cygwin source
which we compiled the binary from:
Note that this only required for Windows and is
not required for compilation even under
Windows if you install within the Cygwin environment (because it
already contains a copy
2.4 or later.
Numeric) 24.0 or later (note that this is the old "Numeric" not the newer Numpy, on Fedora the package is known as
Simple Wrapper Interface
"development" version (should now be compatible with all recent
SWIG versions: last tested against SWIG 1.3.31).
a Python interface to the GNOME XML/XSLT parser (This is a fast
C library-based parser. Most recent GNU/Linux distributions
as part of the base distribution, but you may need to install
a pure Python XML/XSLT parsing engine.)
The GNU Scientific Library (
On Fedora you will want to install the
Before starting, you must ensure you have installed all the system requirements listed above. In particular, make sure Python is installed correctly.
Unzip and untar the above tar ball. Build and install
PyPop by changing into the
PyPop-0.7.0 directory, and
python setup.py build python setup.py install
If you need to do additional configuration (e.g. changing the
base directory) please type
or see the documentation for
Please send all bug reports and contributions to
(alexl at users.sourceforge.net)
AUTHORS -- A list of people who have contributed. emhaplofreq/ -- LD and haplotype estimation extension module pval/ -- Modified code from R project for p-value calculation slatkin-exact/ Slatkin's code for Ewens-Watterson exact test gthwe/ Modified Guo and Thompson Hardy-Weinberg code SWIG/ -- Helper code for SWIG for generating C-Python wrappers xslt/ -- XSLT for generating text and other output from XML COPYING -- License information for this package MANIFEST.in -- Tells distutils what files to distribute NEWS -- Release notes and news README -- Information and TODO list. INSTALL -- This file setup.py -- Installation file.