Commit 38ec8c18 authored by Gregor Moenke's avatar Gregor Moenke

Update README.md

parent e5433556
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Once the Anaconda installation is complete, starting up the ```Anaconda Navigator```
will show an interface like this:
<img src="./doc/navigator_install.png" alt="drawing" width="800"/>
<img src="./doc/navigator_install.png" alt="drawing" width="750"/>
First clicking on ```Channels``` and then on ```Add...``` will open an input field.
Type ```conda-forge``` into it and
......@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ confirm with the &#9166; enter key. Now after hitting ```Update channels```, the
community packages hosted on the ```conda-forge``` channel will become available. As pyBOAT
is also a Navigator App, it will now (along with other apps) show up in the main Navigator window:
<img src="./doc/navigator_install2.png" alt="drawing" width="800"/>
<img src="./doc/navigator_install2.png" alt="drawing" width="600"/>
Finally hitting ```Install``` will download and install pyBOAT. Thereafter,
pyBOAT can be started by simply clicking on ```Launch``` inside the Navigator.
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#### Updates
In case you see a little blue arrow next to the version number, this means
an update is available. Clicking on that cogwheel icon in the upper right corner
an update is available. Clicking on the cogwheel icon in the upper right corner
allows to run the update and install the latest version of pyBOAT.
<img src="./doc/navigator_update.png" alt="drawing" width="500"/>
<img src="./doc/navigator_update.png" alt="drawing" width="400"/>
#### Installation with Anaconda on the commandline ####
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