The Condatis software can run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (and other
Unix-like operating systems). Condatis is written in Python 2.7.

Condatis is released under the GNU General Public License version 3 with
one additional permitted term (read the licence). Note that this program is
distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

Running Condatis from the pre-built package for 64-bit Windows

COND_Splash_ScreenA standalone executable package is available
for 64-bit Windows 7 to download This zip package. This does not require
installation or superuser/administrator privileges; nor does it require
Python or any dependent packages. To run the pre-built windows binary
file, unpack the zip package somewhere on the computer and double-click
the file called condatis.exe which has the resistoricon.   If you would prefer
the source code, you can find it on Our github site

What if you don’t have 64-bit Windows 7?

Condatis will run on Unix-like operating systems like Mac OS X and
Linux, as well as other versions of Windows and 32-bit Windows 7, if you
have got or can install the Python language. Instructions for installing
on these operating systems are found here


The help manual zip package contains the help manual by itself. Note that we have released the help under a different license to the software itself; this is
why we thought it best to keep them separate. Further assistance can be
found in Frequently
Asked Questions
, within our user
or you can contact

Demonstration Data

demo image The help manual contains several tutorials to help you
to learn the features of Condatis. The demo data zip package contains the demo data that is needed
to reproduce the tutorials. Terms and conditions for individual datasets
are included in each subfolder in a file called ‘about_the_data.txt’

How to integrate the help manual and demo data

Once you have Condatis you will also want to download the manual and
demonstration data and save them in a folder where Condatis can find it.
When Condatis is run for the first time it creates a new folder where you
keep your Condatis-associated files. The new folder is in your home folder
(e.g. C:/Users/yourusername/ on Windows 7) and is called ‘condatis’. In
this folder you will also find four more folders called ‘manual’, ‘maps’,
‘projects’ and ‘exports’. Condatis files can be quite big, so you will
want to save them on a drive with lots of space. If you are happy with the
default location of your ‘condatis’ folder you can download the help and
extract it in to the ‘manual’ folder, and the demo data in to the ‘maps’
folder. If you would like to keep your Condatis files somewhere else on
your computer then go to ‘Settings’ in Condatis and change the location of
the path to wherever you want to keep your files. If you click ‘OK’,
Condatis will create a new ‘condatis’ folder (including the subfolders)
for you. You can now extract your help and maps into the new location.

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