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Installations methods include:

Methods differ in ease of use, coverage, maintenance of old versions,system-wide versus local environment use, and control. With pip orAnaconda's conda, you can control the package versions for a specificproject to prevent conflicts. Conda also controls non-Python packages,like MKL or HDF5. System package managers, like apt-get, installacross the entire computer, often have older versions, and don't haveas many available versions. Source compilation is much more difficultbut is necessary for debugging and development. If you don't know whichinstallation method you need or prefer, we recommend the ScientificPython Distribution Anaconda.

Python distributions provide the language itself, along with the mostcommonly used packages and tools. These downloadable files requirelittle configuration, work on almost all setups, and provide all thecommonly used scientific python tools.

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Anaconda works on Windows, Mac,and Linux, provides over 1,500 Python/R packages, and is used by over 15million people. Anaconda is best suited to beginning users; it providesa large collection of libraries all in one.

For more advanced users who will need to install or upgrade regularly,Miniconda is a moresuitable way to install the conda package manager.

Other options include:

  • WinPython: Another free distributionincluding scientific packages and the Spyder IDE; Windows only, butmore actively maintained and supports the latest Python 3 versions.
  • Pyzo: A free distribution based on Anacondaand the IEP interactive development environment; Supports Linux,Windows, and Mac.

Python comes with an inbuilt package management system,pip. Pip can install, update, or deleteany official package.

You can install packages via the command line by entering:

We recommend using an user install, sending the --user flag to pip.pip installs packages for the local user and does not write to thesystem directories. Preferably, do not use sudo pip, as thiscombination can cause problems.

Pip accesses the Python Package Index, PyPI , whichstores almost 200,000 projects and all previous releases of saidprojects. Because the repository keeps previous versions, you can pin toa version and not worry about updates causing conflicts. Pip can alsoinstall packages in local virtualenv, or virtual environment.

System package managers can install the most common Python packages.They install packages for the entire computer, often use older versions,and don't have as many available versions.

Ubuntu and Debian

using apt-get:

Fedora 22 and later

using dnf:

Mac

Mac doesn't have a preinstalled package manager, but there are a coupleof popular package managers you can install.

Homebrew has an incomplete coverage of the SciPyecosystem, but does install these packages:

You can build any of the packages from source. Those involved indevelopment may take this route to get developmental versions or altersource code. Refer to individual projects for more details.

Binary files can directly install the packages. These can either comefrom the direct source, like GitHub orPyPI , or third-party repositories. Linux operatingsystems, like Ubuntu , have packagerepositories where you can search for and download individual binaries.For Windows, Christoph Gohlke provides pre-built Windowsinstallers for manypackages.

Installations methods include:

Methods differ in ease of use, coverage, maintenance of old versions,system-wide versus local environment use, and control. With pip orAnaconda's conda, you can control the package versions for a specificproject to prevent conflicts. Conda also controls non-Python packages,like MKL or HDF5. System package managers, like apt-get, installacross the entire computer, often have older versions, and don't haveas many available versions. Source compilation is much more difficultbut is necessary for debugging and development. If you don't know whichinstallation method you need or prefer, we recommend the ScientificPython Distribution Anaconda.

Python distributions provide the language itself, along with the mostcommonly used packages and tools. These downloadable files requirelittle configuration, work on almost all setups, and provide all thecommonly used scientific python tools.

Anaconda works on Windows, Mac,and Linux, provides over 1,500 Python/R packages, and is used by over 15million people. Anaconda is best suited to beginning users; it providesa large collection of libraries all in one.

For more advanced users who will need to install or upgrade regularly,Miniconda is a moresuitable way to install the conda package manager.

Other options include:

  • WinPython: Another free distributionincluding scientific packages and the Spyder IDE; Windows only, butmore actively maintained and supports the latest Python 3 versions.
  • Pyzo: A free distribution based on Anacondaand the IEP interactive development environment; Supports Linux,Windows, and Mac.

Python comes with an inbuilt package management system,pip. Pip can install, update, or deleteany official package.

You can install packages via the command line by entering:

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We recommend using an user install, sending the --user flag to pip.pip installs packages for the local user and does not write to thesystem directories. Preferably, do not use sudo pip, as thiscombination can cause problems.

Pip accesses the Python Package Index, PyPI , whichstores almost 200,000 projects and all previous releases of saidprojects. Because the repository keeps previous versions, you can pin toa version and not worry about updates causing conflicts. Pip can alsoinstall packages in local virtualenv, or virtual environment.

System package managers can install the most common Python packages.They install packages for the entire computer, often use older versions,and don't have as many available versions.

Ubuntu and Debian

using apt-get:

Fedora 22 and later

using dnf:

Mac

Mac doesn't have a preinstalled package manager, but there are a coupleof popular package managers you can install.

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Homebrew has an incomplete coverage of the SciPyecosystem, but does install these packages:

You can build any of the packages from source. Those involved indevelopment may take this route to get developmental versions or altersource code. Refer to individual projects for more details.

Binary files can directly install the packages. These can either comefrom the direct source, like GitHub orPyPI , or third-party repositories. Linux operatingsystems, like Ubuntu , have packagerepositories where you can search for and download individual binaries.For Windows, Christoph Gohlke provides pre-built Windowsinstallers for manypackages.