pip install pymagicc

On Linux and OS X the original compiled Windows binary available on and included in Pymagicc can run using Wine.

On modern 64-bit systems one needs to use the 32-bit version of Wine

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
sudo apt-get install wine32

On 32-bit systems Debian/Ubuntu-based systems wine can be installed with

sudo apt-get install wine

On OS X wine is available in the Homebrew package manager:

brew install wine

It should also be available in other package managers, as well as directly from the Wine project.

Note that after the first install the first run of Pymagicc might be slow due to setting up of the wine configuration and be accompanied by pop-ups or debug output.

To run an example session using Jupyter Notebook and Python 3 you can run the following commands to create a virtual environment venv and install an editable version for local development:

git clone

cd pymagicc
make venv
./venv/bin/pip install --editable .
./venv/bin/jupyter-notebook notebooks/Example.ipynb