SIMA Use PyCharm
thanks you all😉
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You will never get an answer for this. Unless you change "compiler" to "interpreter" 😂 Personally I used Python's officially-supported IDLE
🐺Michael🐺 my brother uses Jupyter Notebook
I am teaching Computer Science to secondary children and I chose Thonny to use with them because is easiest. It's a good option for newbies in Python. You can try it.
use pycharm or linux + visual studio code
I don't think one ide is better than the other, it just depends on what you are using python for. if you're into data analysis, ML etc I would suggest anaconda/jupyter lab, but if you are into web application go for pycharm
the best IDE is pycharm
Sky Ace Yeah it’s awesome. 🙂😂🤣
Chihiro Kanai I have the Anaconda Navigator, and I have been wondering what is Jupyter Lab?
Chihiro Kanai So basically, Jupyter Lab is better than Jupyter Notebook?
Michael, Yes, as it has jupyter notebook as one of its components
py2exe, cx_freeze are two good compilers
Best is Anaconda Navigator
Well, I'd recommend going with Jupyter Notebook
JupyterLab is web based interface, that integrates text editor, live code, narrative text, visualization, controls etc. Basically, it's platform to produce interactive content for reproducible computing. It's built based on Jupyter notebook, but uses more recent technology and has added features. I believe plan is to replace Jupyter notebook with JupyterLab soon.
For those using Windows machine, and more heavily into data science and integration with Excel. I'd recommend Anaconda, Python3.6, x64. Then for IDE, you can use either JupyterLab, Spyder. And add xlwings for Excel integration.