Contributions of any kind are greatly appreciated!


The Issue Tracker is the best place to post any feature ideas, requests and bug reports.


If you are able to contribute changes yourself, just fork the source code on GitHub, make changes and file a pull request. All contributions are welcome, no matter how big or small.

Quick guide to contributing

  1. Fork the ChemSpiPy repository on GitHub, then clone your fork to your local machine:

    git clone<username>/ChemSpiPy.git
    cd ChemSpiPy
  2. Install the development requirements into a conda environment:

    conda env create -n chemspipy -f environment.yml
    source activate chemspipy
  3. Create a new branch for your changes:

    git checkout -b <name-for-changes>
  4. Make your changes or additions. Ideally add some tests and ensure they pass by running:

  5. Commit your changes and push to your fork on GitHub:

    git add .
    git commit -m "<description-of-changes>"
    git push origin <name-for-changes>
  1. Submit a pull request.