This assumes that you’re already familiar with virtual environments and pip.

Virtual Environment Setup

Create a Python 3 virtual environment in the current location in subfolder called venv, then set it as the Python source.

$ python3 -m venv venv
$ source venv/bin/activate

You can deactivate the virtual environment with deactivate.

Quick Install

This package is available through pip, so it’s easy to install. With your virual environment active, run:

$ pip install gridsim

Within your own code, you can now import the Gridsim library components, such as:

import gridsim as gs

# Create an empty World of 100 x 100 grid cells
my_world = gs.World(100, 100)