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Intake released on Conda-Forge
Intake is a package for cataloging, finding and loading your data. It has been developed recently by Anaconda, Inc., and continues to gain new features. To read general inform...
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RPM and Debian Repositories for Miniconda
Conda, the package manager from Anaconda, is now available as either a RedHat RPM or as a Debian package. The packages are the equivalent to the Miniconda installer which only...
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Conda 4.6 Release
The latest set of major Conda improvements are here, with version 4.6.  This release has been stewing for a while and has the feature list to show for it.  Let’s walk thro...
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Anaconda Distribution 2018.12 Released
We are changing versioning in Anaconda Distribution from a major/minor version scheme to a year.month scheme. We made this change to differentiate between the open source Anac...
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Intake for Cataloging Spark
By: Martin Durant Intake is an open source project for providing easy pythonic access to a wide variety of data formats, and a simple cataloging system for these data sources....
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Using Pip in a Conda Environment
Unfortunately, issues can arise when conda and pip are used together to create an environment, especially when the tools are used back-to-back multiple times, establishing a s...
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Understanding Conda and Pip
Conda and pip are often considered as being nearly identical. Although some of the functionality of these two tools overlap, they were designed and should be used for differen...
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