Getting started


You can get up and running with OpenGHG within a few minutes by following our installation guide. Along with our range of tutorials you'll get OpenGHG installed using conda or pip, your own local data store setup and be able to retrieve data from archives such as ICOS and CEDA in no time. Click here for our installation guide.


We've created some video tutorials covering how to get setup with OpenGHG and some of the data standardisation, retrieval and plotting tools we've created. You can find the notebooks we use in these videos on our documentation page, and in our repository. Click here for more tutorials.


Version 0.5.0 released


Today we release version 0.5.0 of OpenGHG. This release comes with new features and fixes. These include the ability to add EDGAR data to the object store, new ways of searching and storing emissions data, two new tutorials and an OpenGHG command line interface to help you get setup quickly. For the full list of changes see our changelog.

Installing OpenGHG - pip
This short video covers creating a Python virtual environment and installing OpenGHG into it. Click here for a larger version.
Installing OpenGHG - conda
This short video covers creating a conda environment and installing OpenGHG. Click here for a larger version.
Installing OpenGHG using pip and standardising some data
This short tutorial covers getting OpenGHG setup, retrieving some example data, standardising it and making a quick plot.
Searching and plotting
Here we cover searching, search refinement and plotting using a function from our openghg.plotting submodule.
Retrieving data from remote archives
In this tutorial we cover retrieving data from the ICOS Carbon Portal and the CEDA archive.