To install this package, first, you need to install a
julia executable from its official website. Version
v1.0.0 and above is required. This package may not work on
v0.7 and below.
If you are using a Mac, and have Homebrew installed, open
Terminal.app and type:
brew cask install julia
On Linux, the best way to install Julia is to use the Generic Linux Binaries. The JILL script does this for you. Just run
bash -ci "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/abelsiqueira/jill/master/jill.sh)"
installs Julia into
$HOME/.local/bin. This script also has a Python version, JILL.py. It can also be used on macOS.
Now I am using macOS as a standard platform to explain the following steps:
Terminal.app, and type
juliato start a Julia session.
julia> using Pkg; Pkg.update() julia> Pkg.add("Unitful") julia> Pkg.add("UnitfulAtomic") julia> Pkg.add("EquationsOfState")
and wait for its finish.
julia> using EquationsOfState.Collections, EquationsOfState.Find, EquationsOfState.NonlinearFitting, Unitful, UnitfulAtomic
and have fun!
While using, please keep this Julia session alive. Restarting may recompile the package and cost some time.
In the same Julia session, run
julia> Pkg.rm("EquationsOfState"); Pkg.gc()
ctrl+dto quit the current session. Start a new Julia session and repeat the above steps.