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    Erik van Sebille
    @erikvansebille
    Parcels v2.0.0beta2 is now on conda-forge, so please use conda update parcels to update to the latest version. The release notes are at https://github.com/OceanParcels/parcels/releases

    Also, note that we found a work-around for people who have problems with the parcels_get_examples command. If you get a Fatal error in launcher, you can instead do

    curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OceanParcels/parcels/v2.0.0beta2/parcels/scripts/get_examples.py > parcels_get_examples.py
    python parcels_get_examples.py parcels_examples

    This is now also explained on the oceanparcels.org website

    Philippe Delandmeter
    @delandmeterp
    Installation seems to be currently broken on Windows:
    When I install parcels with
    conda create -n py3_parcels_new -c conda-forge python=3 parcels jupyter cartopy ffmpeg
    it installs xarray=0.10.9 and numpy=1.11.3, which results in such error while importing xarray
    AttributeError: module 'numpy' has no attribute 'AxisError'
    If I install parcels with conda create -n py3_parcels_new -c conda-forge python=3 parcels numpy=1.16.2 xarray=0.11.3 jupyter cartopy ffmpeg
    it installs the requested versions and everything works fine.
    (those versions are also the ones I obtain when updating xarray and numpy within the conda env)
    Willi Rath
    @willirath
    What does conda list say? Is it mixing stuff from the defaults channel and from conda forge?
    Philippe Delandmeter
    @delandmeterp
    Mmmh, I've checked the version from conda list but not the channel. Let me check
    Philippe Delandmeter
    @delandmeterp
    In both cases, xarray comes from conda-forge, and numpy comes from default
    I attached the full logs of installations
    Willi Rath
    @willirath
    This should be fixed by specifying openblas during installation.
    Not sure I understand this... Are you on the latest version of Miniconda for Windows?