Stencila Desktop is an application that allows you to use Stencila on your local machine. You can write reproducible documents with executable code cells and leverage the power of Stencila Sheets. Below are detailed instructions on installing Stencila Desktop for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
.exe file for the latest Stencila Desktop release. Then just double click the downloaded file to install the application.
Mac OS X
.dmg file for the latest Stencila Desktop release. Then:
- double click the
.dmgto make its content available (the name will show up in the Finder sidebar, at the bottom), a pop-up window will open;
- drag the application from the
.dmgwindow into /Applications to launch install (you may need an administrator password);
- wait for the copy process to finish;
- eject the
.dmgfile by clicking the eject button in the Finder sidebar.
(Thanks to patrix for these instructions.)
Or, use one of our Docker images which bundle these language packages (plus many other packages that our useful in data-driven research) in one reproducible computing environment:
- Stencila Docker images Download the AppImage* file for the latest Stencila Desktop release. Then double click on it and click yes to "Make executable and run". Or, to install from command line, navigate to the folder where the AppImage file is located and then:
$ chmod a+x stencila-desktop-*.AppImage $ ./stencila-desktop-*.AppImage
*AppImage is a format for distributing applications for Linux and, on most distributions, will not require the installation of any dependencies.
Use other programming languages
Stencila Docker images
We are currently working on making Stencila's Docker images compatible with the latest Stencila Desktop. During that process, not all functionality may be available.
You can also enable use of all the above programming languages in one go by using one of the Docker images that we provide.
The Docker images bundle these language packages, plus many other packages that our useful in data-driven research, in one reproducible computing environment.
Stencila has several Docker images available in the
Prerequisites You need to have Docker installed first before you can enable any of the images.
Once you have Docker installed, download the desired Docker image using
docker pull <image-name>. For example, to download the
docker pull stencila/core