Install the Conda environment

You may skip this step if your Conda environment has been setup already.

Step 1: Download the installation script for miniconda3





Step 2: Install Miniconda3

chmod +x Miniconda3-latest-*.sh && ./Miniconda3-latest-*.sh

During the installation, a path <base-path> needs to be specified as the base location of the python environment. After the installation is done, we need to add the two lines into your shell environment (e.g., ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc) as below to enable the conda package manager (remember to change <base-path> with your real location):

export PATH="<base-path>/bin:$PATH"
. <base-path>/etc/profile.d/

Step 3: Test your Installation

source ~/.bashrc  # assume you are using Bash shell
which python  # should return a path under <base-path>
which conda  # should return a path under <base-path>

Install LMRt

Taking a clean install as example, first let’s create a new environment named LMRt via conda

conda create -n LMRt python=3.8
conda activate LMRt

Then install several dependencies that is not able to be installed via pip:

conda install -c conda-forge cartopy pyspharm jupyterlab

Once the above dependencies have been installed, simply

pip install LMRt

and you are ready to

import LMRt

in python.