Getting started with
The recommended way to install Julia is from the JuliaLang website. Most GNU/Linux distributions have a package named
julia, and there are [platform-specific][pfsi] instructions if needs be.
There are further specific instructions to install a Julia kernel in Jupyter on the IJulia page.
The current version can be installed by typing the following line into Julia (which is usually started from the command line):
The version of
BioEnergeticFoodWebs that will be installed depends on your version of
julia. By default, the current version always works on the current released version of
julia; but we make no guarantee that it will work on the previous version, or the one currently in development.
The package can be loaded with
Keeping up to date
If you have already installed the package, you can check for updates with
Citing the package
The package itself can be cited as
Timothée Poisot, Eva Delmas, Viral B. Shah, Tony Kelman, & Tom clegg. (2017). PoisotLab/BioEnergeticFoodWebs.jl: v0.3.1 [Data set]. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.401053
If you want to also cite the software note describing the relase of
v0.2.0, you can cite
Eva Delmas, Ulrich Brose, Dominique Gravel, Daniel Stouffer, Timothée Poisot. (2016). Simulations of biomass dynamics in community food webs. Methods col Evol. http://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12713