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<p>As it became clear that this program, formerly known as Fex, would be useful
for doing more than just frequency excursion calculations it became worth
considering new names.  The goal was for a fun name that would be immediately
recognizable as a bird while also potentially referencing the heritage of the
Python language in which the software was written<a class="note-link"
href="#intro-note-5">5</a>.  This lead to Tweety Bird<a class="note-link"
href="#intro-note-6">6</a> also known as Tweety Pie.  Hence the name TweetyPy.
Each major release of TweetyPy will have a codename from the title of a Tweety
Bird short.
</p>
<ol class="notes">
<li id="intro-note-1">Podos J, Moseley DL, Goodwin SE, McClure J, Taft BN,
Strauss AV, Rega-Brodsky C, Lahti DC. A fine-scale, broadly applicable index of
vocal performance: frequency excursion. <em>Animal Behaviour</em>. 2016 Jun
30;116:203-12.
(<a href="http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/section/pii/S0003347216300100">link</a>)
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Fossil with the following command from within the top-level directory of the
source files:</p>
<pre><code>python setup.py install</code></pre>
<p>In either case <code>setuptools</code> should install the remaining
depdendencies numpy<a class="note-link" href="#install-note-5">5</a>,
scipy<a class="note-link" href="#install-note-6">6</a>, and
PyYAML<a class="note-link" href="#install-note-7">7</a>.  If not, these may need
to be installed directly.</p>
<h3>Windows</h3>
<p>TweetyPy should currently run without issue on Windows, however, this has not
yet been tested. Windows-specific details will be coming soon.</p>
<h3>Mac OSX</h3>
<p>TweetyPy should currently run without issue on OSX, however, this has not
yet been tested. Mac-specific details will be coming very soon.</p>
<h3>Linux</h3>







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<p>As it became clear that this program, formerly known as Fex, would be useful
for doing more than just frequency excursion calculations it became worth
considering new names.  The goal was for a fun name that would be immediately
recognizable as a bird while also potentially referencing the heritage of the
Python language in which the software was written<a class="note-link"
href="#intro-note-5">5</a>.  This lead to Tweety Bird<a class="note-link"
href="#intro-note-6">6</a> also known as Tweety Pie.  Hence the name TweetyPy.
Each minor-version release of TweetyPy will have a codename from the title of a
Tweety Bird short.
</p>
<ol class="notes">
<li id="intro-note-1">Podos J, Moseley DL, Goodwin SE, McClure J, Taft BN,
Strauss AV, Rega-Brodsky C, Lahti DC. A fine-scale, broadly applicable index of
vocal performance: frequency excursion. <em>Animal Behaviour</em>. 2016 Jun
30;116:203-12.
(<a href="http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/section/pii/S0003347216300100">link</a>)
................................................................................
Fossil with the following command from within the top-level directory of the
source files:</p>
<pre><code>python setup.py install</code></pre>
<p>In either case <code>setuptools</code> should install the remaining
depdendencies numpy<a class="note-link" href="#install-note-5">5</a>,
scipy<a class="note-link" href="#install-note-6">6</a>, and
PyYAML<a class="note-link" href="#install-note-7">7</a>.  If not, these may need
to be installed separately.</p>
<h3>Windows</h3>
<p>TweetyPy should currently run without issue on Windows, however, this has not
yet been tested. Windows-specific details will be coming soon.</p>
<h3>Mac OSX</h3>
<p>TweetyPy should currently run without issue on OSX, however, this has not
yet been tested. Mac-specific details will be coming very soon.</p>
<h3>Linux</h3>

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# Maintainer: Jesse McClure <info at jessemcclure dot org>
pkgname=tweetypy
pkgver=1.0.0rc4
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="Frequency excursion calculator for quantifying performance of bird song"
arch=('any')
url="http://repo.jessemcclure.org/tweetypy"
license=('MIT')
depends=('python' 'python-setuptools' 'python-pyqt5' 'python-numpy' 'python-scipy')
source=("${pkgname}::http://repo.jessemcclure.org/${pkgname}/tarball?r=${pkgver}")


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# Maintainer: Jesse McClure <info at jessemcclure dot org>
pkgname=tweetypy
pkgver=1.0.0rc5
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="Frequency excursion calculator for quantifying performance of bird song"
arch=('any')
url="http://repo.jessemcclure.org/tweetypy"
license=('MIT')
depends=('python' 'python-setuptools' 'python-pyqt5' 'python-numpy' 'python-scipy')
source=("${pkgname}::http://repo.jessemcclure.org/${pkgname}/tarball?r=${pkgver}")

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def readme():
	with open('README.rst') as f:
		return f.read()

setup(
	name='tweetypy',
	version='1.0.0rc4',
	description='Bird song analysis tools)',
	long_description=readme(),
	classifiers=[
		'Development Status :: 3 - Alpha',
		'License :: OSI Approved :: MIT License',
		'Intended Audience :: Science/Research',
		'Programming Language :: Python :: 3',







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def readme():
	with open('README.rst') as f:
		return f.read()

setup(
	name='tweetypy',
	version='1.0.0rc5',
	description='Bird song analysis tools)',
	long_description=readme(),
	classifiers=[
		'Development Status :: 3 - Alpha',
		'License :: OSI Approved :: MIT License',
		'Intended Audience :: Science/Research',
		'Programming Language :: Python :: 3',