Anaconda (Python distribution)

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Install

Add Anaconda to PATH

If you didn't already add it to path on installation, run the following:

echo ". $HOME/Anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" >> ~/.bashrc

Usage

File:Conda-cheatsheet.pdf
How to use Anaconda:

# List all environments
conda env list

# Create an environment
conda create -n tf2 python=3.6

# Activate an environment
conda activate tf2

# Change version of Python
conda install python=3.7

# Update all packages
conda update --all

# Delete an environment
conda env remove --name <my_env>
Documentation
Notes
  • Use flag --force-reinstall to reinstall packages