We recommend you to set up a Python virtual environment. To do so with Python2 you need virtualenv, you should be able to install it using for example one of the following commands:
$ apt-get install python-virtualenv $ easy_install virtualenv $ pip install virtualenv
Or for Python3:
$ apt-get install python3-venv $ pip3 install virtualenv
Once virtualenv is installed you can create your own environment by running the following commands in the project directory:
$ virtualenv venv New python executable in venv/bin/python Installing setuptools, pip, wheel...done.
Or with Python3;
$ python3 -m venv venv
Then each time you want to use your virtual environment you have to activate it by running this command:
$ . venv/bin/activate
Finally you have to install in your environment the Qarnot SDK:
pip install qarnot
If you plan to send large files to the API, we advise you to install the optional requests-toolbelt dependency in order not to overuse your memory:
pip install requests-toolbelt
You are now ready to use the Qarnot SDK.