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Step-by-step instructions to getting started

  1. Download and install Anaconda
  2. Download and install git
  3. Download and install VSCode, including the AutoPilot and Remote extensions (the latter for working on the ALICE cluster)
  4. Continue to setup your environment for analyzing IBL data (and select iblenv as your interpreter in VSCode)

SSH setup (locally)

ALICE setup

Python and data analysis references

Open data, open code, open science

Computing resources

For most projects (especially those using behavioral data), your laptop will be more than sufficient to run Python . If you need more heavy lifting, there are a few options: