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Conda Support. Creating Conda Environment


Make sure that Anaconda or Miniconda is downloaded and installed on your computer.

Whether you install Anaconda or Miniconda, depends on you needs.

Creating Conda environment

To create a Conda environment

  1. Open the Settings dialog box, and then open the Project Interpreters page.
  2. Click cogwheel_framed next to the Project Interpreter field, and choose the option Create Conda Env.

    Create Conda Environment dialog box opens.

  3. In the Create Conda Environment dialog box, do the following:
    • In the Name field, type the name of the new Conda environment, or accept the suggested default name.
    • In the Location field, specify the target directory, where the new Conda environment will be created, or accept the suggested default location.
    • From Python version drop-down list, select one of the configured Python interpreters, which will be used as the base for the new Conda environment.
    • Make this virtual environment available to all projects by selecting the check box Make available to all projects.

    Click OK to apply changes and close the dialog box.


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Last modified: 20 April 2016