Since enpt_enmapboxapp (the EnPT GUI package) extends the functionality of the EnMAP-Box, the installation of enpt_enmapboxapp requires QGIS including the EnMAP-Box plugin. If QGIS or the EnMAP-Box is not yet installed on your system, follow the installation instructions here. This should also automatically install the enpt_enmapboxapp package into the QGIS Python environment.

However, make sure you have the latest version of the GUI installed by running the following command on a command line with the QGIS Python environment activated:

pip install --upgrade enpt_enmapboxapp


On a Windows system and in case your QGIS is NOT installed into a Conda Python environment but, e.g., via the OSGeo4W installer, you have to activate the the QGIS environment first. To do so, run the OSGeo4W Shell (listed under OSGeo4W in the Windows Start Menu) as administrator and enter call py3_env.bat.

To make the enpt_enmapboxapp (GUI code) run together with EnPT (backend), the EnPT backend code has to be installed. The easiest way (recommended) is to install QGIS, the EnMAP-Box and EnPT into a single Conda environment. Please refer to the EnPT installation instructions here to do so. However, if QGIS is already installed as a standalone-software which does not use a Conda Python environment in the background (e.g., installed via the OSGeo4W installer on Windows), the EnPT backend code has to be installed into a separate Conda environment that is called ‘enpt’ and then linked to the QGIS Python using the EnPT GUI.