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    Default dive into Anaconda & Python with Jupiter - suggestions and best practice

    dear Suse-folks good day

    first of all - i hope you are all well - and your locality is dealing well with all that pandemic issues.

    dive into Anaconda & Python with Jupiter - suggestions and best practice

    the question of today: i need to dive into Anaconda & Python with Jupiter

    i have herd alot about the cumbersome anaconda - and how big it is.
    could someone boil it down to a one page: is anaconda right for me if i
    -need to have access to packages like BS4, other relevant scraping pagages!?




    can i do upgrades with(in) Anaconda with ease

    secondly: do i get VSCode with Anaconda?`
    sometimes it is cumbersome to deal with the pycharm issues on linux and various machines

    i guess that it is a good idea to go with Anaconda - (btw: there is minconda too?)


    look forward to hear from you

    yours Dilbertone
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    Default Re: dive into Anaconda & Python with Jupiter - suggestions and best practice

    I have no idea why you have started this in the Nederlands (Dutch) section of the forums.
    This will be moved to the English section.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: dive into Anaconda & Python with Jupiter - suggestions and best practice

    I've only used Anaconda for short term projects, but from what I've seen...

    Be aware that when Anaconda is installed, its own python takes precedence over the distro's own python (This always happens, not uniquely openSUSE except that openSUSE is one of the distros that does provide its own Python and some distros don't).

    There is the big Anaconda, and for those who don't need its entirety, there is also the small Mini-conda which I've found is just fine for many projects.

    As you might expect, Anaconda has its own commands, including updating.

    The projects I've done run apps from Anaconda that don't interoperate with other applications outside Anaconda... That's the main benefit of distributing and using an Anaconda app, everything the app is likely going to use and work with is included to minimize problems. I son't see any obvious reasons why an Anaconda app couldn't interoperate with a non-Anaconda app, though.

    I don't know about using Visual Studio code (is that what you mean by VScode?), I'd be a bit surprised if that's in there. If you're going to run Anaconda within another environment (like CLR), then I'd guess you should be looking at the app that controls the environment before you look at what you want to run in the environment.

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