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conda install spyder=3.3.3in the Anaconda prompt.
it cannot open from them
What do you mean? How did you try to launch it? What happened, and what specific error did you receive?
conda update --all, as this could update your packages to versions that are not compatible with one another, and in turn effect Spyder. At most, you could update to the latest Anaconda version after it comes out with
conda update anaconda, but even that has some amount of risk. Instead, you should update the individual packages that you need/want the new versions of, like e.g.
spyder, for instance.
conda update spyderagain now, and see if Spyder launches. If not, then please inform us of how you launched it, what happens when you try, and exactly what error message you get. Thanks!
could any one help me out how to change the path of spyder..
@dassangram_gitlab Sorry, but I'm not sure which path you're referring to.
Preferences > Python interpreter > Use the following Python interpret.
PATH, you can edit that globally under
Tools > Current user environment variables
PYTHONPATH, you can do it with the
PYTHONPATH Manageralso under the
installing spyder with pip
Unfortunately, while we provide fully functional
pip wheels for those who choose to use them, unless your problem can be traced back to a problem with the code or packaging that we can reproduce on our end, due to limited resources we are unable to generally provide individual post-install user support for users installing via this method, as due to the complexity of Spyder's dependency stack it is for advanced users only who are able to solve these sorts of generally machine/environment-specific problems on their own (particularly common on Windows). Otherwise, we recommend you install Spyder with Anaconda or Miniconda (basically
conda + Python) instead, as problems are much less frequent and usually easier to resolve. You are also welcome to try the detailed steps in our Spyder Troubleshooting Guide, specifically the Basic First Aid and Emergency CPR sections, which resolve the great majority of Spyder installation issues.
You can always download Spyder via this method and then tell it to use your existing non-Anaconda Python interpreter in its consoles, by setting the path to the
python.exe you want to use under
Preferences > Python interpreter > Use the following Python interpreter (so long as the working environment has
spyder-kernels installed). Check out our guide to working with packages and envronments with Spyder for more on that.
There. Reverted to Spyder 3.3.1 and it works again.
If you can isolate the problem to a specific Spyder version, and its reproducible, then we may indeed be able to fix it. What versions of Qt and PyQt were you using with each version? Also, if you run
set SPYDER_DEBUG=3 you may be able to see debug output the helps explain the problem.
the same problem happens with Miniconda.
You installed Spyder via
conda in Miniconda, correct? Just want to make sure.
conda-forge/other channel packages, correct?
pip, we build wheels and everything and promptly fix any bugs with them, and several of our core developers install Spyder with
pip(though typically in non-Windows environments). Its just that we usually aren't able provide individual help with most machine-specific install issues, since when they do happen they can be much trickier to resolve from our end due to the mechanics of
pipas well as the much wider machine to machine variance that can affect it.
3.xbranch on Github, I believe).