Installing Mito
How to install the mitosheet package for Jupyter

Before Installing Mito

  1. 1.
    Check that you have Python 3.6 or above by opening a terminal and running python --version.
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Installing Mito

If you wish to install Mito inside of a new virtual environment, you can see instructions for installing inside of a virtual environment here.
First open a new terminal or command prompt. Then, download the Mito installer:
python -m pip install mitoinstaller
Then, run the installer. This command may take a few moments to run:
python -m mitoinstaller install
By default, the installer installs Mito for classic Jupyter Notebook as well as JupyterLab. It will automatically launch JupyterLab, but you can also use the Mitosheet package in a Jupyter Notebook.
If you run into errors during installation, check our common installation errors to resolve them.
If installation completes, proceed to creating your first Mitosheet.
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