- Toolset to check that all the necessary Python libraries like scipy
and numexpr are present in the python path. The module also check post-installation troubles
that sometimes may occur.
The module installs the missing Python libraries for different operating systems and
provide a general menu in the GRASS GUI.
checks that all the necessary Python libraries like scipy and numexpr
are present in the python path. The module also check post-installation troubles that sometimes
You should install GRASS GIS
rights; either the stand-alone installer or via OSGeo4W package, in a directory with full control of
permissions, to be able to intall the r.green
Microsoft Windows Permissions
modules are based on Python libraries. The module r.green.install -i
able to download and install them. However, some troubles can raise due to new links or versions.
In this case, you can manually download the following libraries in your GRASS installation directory
according with your GRASS download (32bit or 64bit):
After the downloading, in the grass Command Console use the following code to install libraries and
Check the list of suggested libraries with the previous table. If they agree, you can proceed with the installation.
If you install the Energy menu, use the following command:
Close GRASS and restart the programm to have in the the menu the session energy with all the r.green
r.green - overview page
Pietro Zambelli (Eurac Research, Bolzano, Italy)
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