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Few corrections README and install.md

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We will work together on your personal projects during session 8.
## The teachers
- Pierre Augier: researcher at [LEGI](www.legi.grenoble-inp.fr) studying
geophysical turbulence with experiments and numerical simulations. Maintainer
of the [FluidDyn project](https://fluiddyn.readthedocs.io).
- Enzo Le Bouedec: PhD at LEGI on "Pollution in the Grenoble valley: a
weather-type approach".
## Setup the environment for this course
See the file
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jupyter-lab
```
To see the presentations made from the notebooks
To see the presentations made from the notebooks:
```
make presentations
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conda-app install mercurial
```
Close the terminal (`ctrl-d`) and reopen a new terminal (`ctrl-alt-t`)!
Close the terminal (`ctrl-d`) and reopen a new terminal (`ctrl-alt-t`)! Then,
you should be able to create a default config file and edit it with the
command:
```bash
hg config --edit
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hg clone https://gricad-gitlab.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/meige-legi/scientific-computing-m2-efm.git
```
Please tell us if it does not work.
Please [tell
us](https://gricad-gitlab.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/meige-legi/scientific-computing-m2-efm/issues)
if it does not work.
Once the repository is cloned you should have a new directory
`scientific-computing-m2-efm` (launch the command `ls` to see it) and you
should be able to enter into it with `cd scientific-computing-m2-efm`.
#### Install few packages in your base conda environment
```
cd scientific-computing-m2-efm
conda install --file requirements.txt
```
#### Check your environment
Once the repository is cloned you should have a new directory `training-hpc`
and you should be able to enter into it with `cd training-hpc`.
Finally, you can check that your Python environment is all fine with:
```
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