Anaconda exposes two important command-line tools, conda and source.
How To Create And Use A Virtual Environment
This assumes you have installed anaconda and conda is available on your path.
First, create a new environment:
Now activate this environment:
Install your required packages:
-n <your environment name>to the above command.
Now you can run your python code!
When finished, you can deactivate your virtual environment with:
Listing All Local Environments
Use the following command to list all local environments:
The currently active environment will have an asterisk after it’s name.
Installing Non-Conda Packages
Non-conda packages can be installed into the current environment with other Python package managers such as pip:
As long as a Anaconda environment is active, pip will install to the current environment only.
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