[OS X TeX] [OFF-TOPIC] python

Luis Sequeira lfsequeira at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 21:11:33 CEST 2020

A big +1 on the Anaconda distribution.

Completely separate from the old python 2.7 that still ships with Catalina.

Not only it includes most of the packages that you may want to use, like numpy, scipy, sympy, pandas, etc - and you can easily install any others with conda - but it also includes Jupyter Notebook, and a full Python IDE, Spyder, and more (even R Studio, if that is your cup of tea).

Also, it is easy to create separate python environments, so if you want you can test stuff in python 3.8 or 3.9, or run old packages with python 3.5, say, all very seamlessly.

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