Setuptools really helps in downloading and installing a lot of the above software.
For MacOS X, open a terminal and type:
curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/ez_setup.py -o - | python
Pip is another part of installing software and it's a good idea to install it.
Download get-pip.py and open a command line window where you downloaded it and type:
wxPython is a Python library that runs the interface. You must install version 3.0 or later. Version 2.8 just will not run.
Download wxPython and run the file by double-clicking on it.
Numpy handles a lot of the maths that Salstat needs to do.
Download Numpy and double-click on the file to install it.
Type all the below into a command line window to install the rest.
The Requests library helps Salstat download data tables from web pages; BeautifulSoup helps to parse HTML pages and tables; xlrd and xlwt help to read Excel spreadsheets and ezodf helps with Libre Office spreadsheets; and sas7bdat helps to read SAS files.
This is the actual program code. I'd probably recommend trying the GitHub version because it probably does run but is more likely to have newer stuff.
When it's downloaded, unzip it somewhere and open a command line window at the same folder and type:
Salstat should now run. If it does not, come to the Salstat GitHub site and open a new issue to we can help you try to figure it out.
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