I made a tutorial for my colleagues so they can learn and start scripting in pyGPlates. As most of them did not use Python before they could make a clean install of Python with Conda . They made an environment which only includes Jupyter notebooks, got the right version of pyGPlates for their Windows or Mac.
I prepared a notebook which imports pyGPlates using the method which was previously on the website and worked best for me previously*.:
It worked for all, except for one Windows computer (with no previous Conda and Python install). We did not get it to return an error, but it starts running the cell and does not finish.
So we tried putting the notebook in the folder with pyGPlates. That got us a
We also added to the path in the command prompt, but with no success.
Sorry for the long introduction, but my question: Can we expect a conda or pip install for pyGPlates in the near future, or is that too complicated on the development side? Or would you have any other suggestion for solving this issue?
*: Interested to know why append was replaced by insert