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Hey Guys, I installed Spyder 3.3.1 and ran into issues with conda environment. I have already read official method but it does not work:
python -m spyder_kernels.consolein a terminal with your geospatial env activated?
I got severla versions:
then 10 more versions of 1.0
0.*will install the highest one that's less than 1.0. It's a wildcard
0.*is the precise conda version specification for the versions that will work, and you should be able to just simply run the given command in the desired environment, as the error message states to, to get a compatible version. Did that not work?
I thought wildcard meant install all versions starting with 0
That's exactly what it means. =
it works :)
Okay, excellent! So, in order to better help future users, was there a particular reason why you weren't able to simply read the error message given and run the given command following the instructions there? Was there something unclear about it?
Yeah, 2 reasons:
1) I thought by it meant, install one of those, not install all of those. It is kind of misinterpretation. Generally "rm " removes all files in Linux, it does not remove one of *.
conda install spyder-kernel=0.*
looks more like a direct command
Displaying graphics inline ( of packages like folium, geopot etc.)
I'm not directly familiar with them so I'm not sure if they'd work if they don't at least use the matplotlib infrastructure. But if you set a different graphics backend in the Spyder preferences, that might fix it I'd guess.