You can install
pip install xarray-einstats
pip install xarray-einstats @ git+https://github.com/arviz-devs/xarray-einstats
or, to install some of its optional dependencies, with
pip install "xarray-einstats[<option>]"
pip install "xarray-einstats[<option>] @ git+https://github.com/arviz-devs/xarray-einstats"
you can install multiple bundles of optional dependencies separating them with commas.
Thus, to install all user facing optional dependencies you should use
After installation, independently of the command chosen,
you can import it with
Not all modules are loaded when importing the library to keep some dependencies optional. Check the help of each module to see what they need to work.
Currently, optional dependency bundles include:
xarray-einstats is also available on conda forge. It can be installed with conda (or mamba) using:
conda install -c conda-forge xarray-einstats
Only published releases and the base package (no optional dependencies) can be installed with conda.
To use all features of
xarray-einstats you will need to install the optional dependencies manually.