[IPython-User] Whats the right way to install modules via pip if you are using conda?

Norfeldt lasse@norfeldt...
Tue Feb 25 02:45:43 CST 2014

I have currently done like Matt suggested - removed all python programs and
even the environmental PATH that involved python.

But the installation of 3rd party packages with conda is not working -
tried "Conda install win32com" no luck.

Yours Sincerely / Venlig hilsen
Lasse Nørfeldt

*MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences*
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On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 11:57 PM, Thomas Kluyver-2 [via Python] <
ml-node+s6n5048587h83@n6.nabble.com> wrote:

> On 24 February 2014 13:10, Norfeldt <[hidden email]<http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=5048587&i=0>
> > wrote:
>> But recently I tried to get it by conda and it seemed to work very well -
>> until now, when I have to install modules. I'm use to do 'pip install
>> webcolors' - it installs something. But it is not install for my ipython
>> (Im
>> in doubt if it is even installed in the normal python).. it used to work
>> just fine.. any suggestions?
> You have a number of Python installations - Python(x,y) is one, Anaconda
> is another, and if you've created conda environments, each one is
> effectively a separate Python. You need to make sure you're using pip in
> the same installation as where you want to use the modules. So if you're
> using Anaconda, you need to make sure that 'which pip' gives you a path in
> the Anaconda directories.
> Matt's solution will leave you with only one Python installation. That's
> the simplest way to make sure you're installing packages in the right one,
> but it's not the only way.
> Thomas
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