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Development happens with Pycharm, so it’s best to just clone the repository and import it there.
To run this program without 3D animations, you need to install the Python dependencies:
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
On Debian/elementary/Ubuntu/etc. you can use apt instead of pip:
sudo apt install python3-numpy python3-matplotlib python3-scipy
You can then start the program by calling
To render the 3D animation of the earth-moon system, you need to install two more dependencies:
# With pip pip3 install -r requirements-animations.txt # On Debian/elementary/Ubuntu/etc. sudo apt install python3-opengl python3-pygame
You can then start the animations by calling
./gezeiten-animations.py. You can navigate in space
using your keyboard.
The source code of the animations is based on the project SolarSystem by elbanic. Kudos to them!
You can always go back to the default view by pressing
space. Other navigation options include:
sto zoom in and out
rto rotate into positive and negative direction of x
wto rotate into positive and negative direction of y
The documentation of the project’s code can be found in the docs directory.
To update it, call
tools/generate-docs-html.sh. To generate a PDF of the docs, call
tools/generate-docs-pdf.sh. Note that you need the Python package
pdoc3 and the system packages
texlive-xetex to make the updates work.
Everything is licensed under AGPL-3.0. See LICENSE.md for more information.