Updating neurotic

The recommended method of updating neurotic depends on the original method of installation.

If you are unsure what method you used, updating using conda or pip is likely to work. Standalone installers may be safe too, though this could lead to having multiple version installed simultaneously.

Updating with Standalone Installers

If you previously installed neurotic using a standalone installer, you may install a newer version using another installer, either into a different directory or by first uninstalling the old version. Installers can be downloaded from the GitHub Releases page:

Alternatively, if a new installer is not currently available for your platform, or if you would just like a much faster method, you may use the command line tools provided by the installer (via the “Anaconda Prompt” on Windows, or the Terminal on macOS and Linux):

conda update -c conda-forge neurotic

Updating with conda

If you installed neurotic with conda, you can update to the latest release using

conda update -c conda-forge neurotic

Updating with pip

If you installed neurotic using pip, you can update to the latest release available on PyPI using

pip install -U neurotic

Development Version

If you are interested in trying new, unreleased features of neurotic, you may install the latest development version from GitHub using

pip install -U git+https://github.com/jpgill86/neurotic.git

Note that if you install the development version, you may also need the latest development version of ephyviewer, which you can get using

pip install -U git+https://github.com/NeuralEnsemble/ephyviewer.git