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Installing PyFBA (and necessary modules) without admin permissions

As easy as it is to install PyFBA using the pip command, it can be quite cumbersome to do so when you are working on a system without granted administrative or sudo permissions. Here is a quick guide that has worked for me when installing PyFBA on a CentOS 6.3 system running a SunGrid Engine cluster system. If you are working on a Linux system and you do have admin and sudo permissions, please follow the install guide here. Continue reading

Autocompletion in default Python shell

Some Python shells, like iPython, provide autocompletion functionality while typing in code. If you’re like me and use the default shell in your terminal (the one that starts up when you just execute python) this feature isn’t automatically available. Alas, I discovered a way to make this possible! Click the read more to find out how.

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