conda create -n tierpsy conda activate tierpsy [#Windows] source activate tierpsy [#OSX or Linux]
conda install tierpsy -c ver228
Do not forget to activate the enviroment every time you start a new terminal session.
On OSX the first time
tierpsy_gui is intialized it will create a file in the Desktop called tierpsy_gui.command. By double-cliking on this file tierpsy can be started without having to open a terminal.
it seems that there might be some problems with the
opencv version available through
conda. If you have problems reading video files or encounter error related with
import cv2, then you can try to install opencv using pip as:
pip install opencv-python-headless
Install a C compiler compatible with cython. In Windows, you can use Visual C++ 2015 Build Tools. In OSX, if you install homebrew it will setup the C compiler without the need to download XCode from the appstore.
git clone https://github.com/ver228/tierpsy-tracker cd tierpsy-tracker source create -n tierpsy #[optional] conda install --file requirements.txt pip install -e .
TierpsyTrackerConsole.py was deprecated in favor of using the command
tierpsy_process -h for help.
After installing you can run the testing scripts using the command
tierpsy_tests on the terminal. Type
tierpsy_tests -h for help. Although the script supports running multiple tests consecutively, I would recommed to run one test at the time since there is not currently a way to summarize the results of several tests.