You can install emodpy in two different ways. If you intend to use emodpy as IDM builds it, follow the instructions in Basic installation. However, if you intend to modify the emodpy source code to add new functionality, follow the instructions in Developer installation. Whichever installation method you choose, the prerequisites are the same.
Python 3.9 64-bit (https://www.python.org/downloads/release)
Python virtual environments
Python virtual environments enable you to isolate your Python environments from one another and give you the option to run multiple versions of Python on the same computer. When using a virtual environment, you can indicate the version of Python you want to use and the packages you want to install, which will remain separate from other Python environments. You may use
virtualenv, which requires a separate installation, but
venvis recommended and included with Python 3.3+.