pip you can install the latest release from PyPI:
pip install --user peppy
pip install --user --upgrade peppy
Releases and development versions may also be installed from the GitHub releases:
pip install --user https://github.com/pepkit/peppy/zipball/master
Now, to test
peppy, let's grab an clone an example project that follows PEP format.
We've produced a bunch of example PEPs in the
Let's clone it:
git clone https://github.com/pepkit/example_peps.git
Then, from within the
example_peps folder, enter the following commands in a Python session:
import peppy proj1 = peppy.Project("example1/project_config.yaml") samp = proj1.samples # Find the input file for the first sample in the project samp.file
That's it! You've got
peppy running on an example project.
Now you can play around with project metadata from within python.