Python with libraries
I do have python installed on my machine.. while doing installation, I couldn't find any specific information about third party libraries.. could anyone help me with numpy nd scipy installation with python..? do these library files are seperate file and need to be executed only after python available on system.. ? where can I get these files...? in short, what all need to be done to use these two libraries with python.?
2/9/2019 7:36:45 PMKetan Lalcheta
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usually installing is integrated with editor and there is option for that. Can be installed also manually by pip.
pip install pandas Just try it in command line. If you are using PyCharm just go to settings.
You can install the anaconda distribution.It comes pre installed with numpy and scipy. https://www.anaconda.com
thank you Altaïr for this..is this free? our it team might not allow this to be installed. additionally does this support scikit learn library?
Yes It's free and it does support scikit learn.
Ketan Lalcheta : in Windows you have to go in the directory where you installed Python. So via cmd you have to type the following code ("<text>" and "#" are for pseudo code and comments): <drive letter>: #if you installed it in a partition different from c: cd <Python install directory>\Scripts pip install <library> It will probably say to update your pip, so you will only go in the <Python install directory> and type the instructions it said (something like "python -m pip install -upgrade" I don't remember correctly)
Hubert Dudek thanks..can i directly use pip without external additional files? I don't think so.. anyone help me with additional files to use pip? entire setup of python including these two libraries would also help me..I m looking for path of python downloader
I tried to run pip command from command prompt with admin access also... it generated error log which I couldn't understand. I have 3.4 version of python