Question #624246 on Yade changed:

Jan Stránský posted a new comment:

> alias yade='python SHOME/myYade/install/bin/yade-2017.01a

this solution works, but e.g. if you install native Ubuntu Yade (sudo
apt-get install yade), its name is 'yade' by default, but the name
points to yade-2017.01a...

I would prefer exporting PATH to contain yade-2017.01a executable (again in 
~/.bashrc file):
export PATH=$HOME/myYade/install/bin:$PATH


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