After successfully installing from the guide found at Installation, we can now try to do some science!
When running matador from the command line for the first time, you will be prompted to create a
.matadorrc config file. This allows you to point to the MongoDB instance you want to use, or set up default plotting options. Alternatively, you can create your own
.matadorrc based on the default found under
matador/config/matadorrc.yml on GitHub.
For API examples, you should now be able to follow/run the Jupyter notebooks found in the
examples/. Some of them will require a MongoDB server accessible from your machine, or a CASTEP installation. For some details on how to set this up, please look at the MongoDB tutorial. For command-line usage, tutorials should start appearing in due course over at Command-line usage.