There are two major options for installing AxoPy: pip and (Ana)conda.
If you’re interested in developing AxoPy itself, see the Development documentation.
If you like to use a systemwide Python installation (such as the Python provided by your package manager on Linux or the official installer for Windows), you can use pip to install AxoPy from PyPI:
$ pip install axopy
You may also want to make use of venv to create a virtual environment first. This would allow you to install several different versions of AxoPy for different projects, for example:
$ python -m venv .venv
$ source .venv/bin/activate
(.venv) $ pip install axopy
Note that the second command above depends on your platform. See the venv documentation for more information.
$ conda install -c conda-forge axopy
Similarly to the instructions above for pip installation, you may want to create a separate conda environment before installing:
$ conda create -c conda-forge -n axopy axopy