Install with pip

Create a new environment using your preferred environment manager, then use pip install.

conda create -n nems-env python=3.9 pip  # note that python=3.9 is currently required
pip install PyNEMS                       # note the leading Py

Install with conda

Coming soon.

Note: the mkl library for numpy does not play well with tensorflow. If using conda to install dependencies manually, and you want to use the tensorflow backend, use conda-forge for numpy (which uses openblas instead of mkl):

conda install -c conda-forge numpy

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