Installation with conda

Anaconda, is a cross-platform Python distribution with its own package manager conda. For a more lightweight installation, consider installing Miniconda. Only the Python 3 version, Anaconda3/Miniconda3 is supported for Pyrocko versions above v2021.04.02.

From binary packages using conda

Pre-built packages are available for 64-bit Linux, MacOS and Windows. You can use can use the conda package manager to install the Pyrocko framework:

Pre-built Pyrocko conda packages are available for Linux, MacOS and Windows.
conda install -c pyrocko pyrocko

More information available at

From source

Here’s how to download, compile and install the latest Pyrocko version under Anaconda on Linux or MacOS. For Windows source installs, please refer to Installation on Windows: From source.

Build and install from source
cd ~/src/   # or wherever you keep your source packages
git clone pyrocko
# make sure the correct conda environment is activated
python3 deps conda  # install prerequisites with conda
python3 user        # build and install Pyrocko with pip

Note: The native conda and pip commands to be run are printed before execution and must be confirmed.

For instructions on how to install Pyrocko on other systems or if the installation with the above procedure fails, see Python package manager installations or Detailed installation instructions.