I am trying to install pygplates on my MacBook with Apple M1 chip but I have trouble running it. It seems python can find it using:
import sys sys.path.insert(1, "/Applications/GPlates/pygplates") import pygplates
However, when then trying to use a pygplates function I run into the problem that python cannot import the pygplates package. I receive either a “module not found error” or an “import error”. In the latter case pygplates.so is recognised but it is stated that it has the wrong architecture. I tried using both the native Apple terminal and the Rosetta terminal.
Is there anyone aware how to install pygplates on a Mac with the M1 chip?