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Installing Pandas & Vincent

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This is the first video of the course and shows you how to install Pandas, NumPy and Jupyter Notebook (during the course it’s called by its old name IPython).

Bradley Grant on Nov. 14, 2019

What’s your console font?

pythonbeginner on March 31, 2020

please update examples to python 3.6+

noelpuru on Aug. 15, 2020

You forgot to mention its also needed to install jupyter.

KatMac on March 30, 2021

I installed everything that was required. When I ran the command: ipython notebook, I received the following error and have no idea how to resolve this issue…

ipython : The term 'ipython' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or 
operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path 
is correct and try again.

Bartosz Zaczyński RP Team on March 30, 2021

@KatMac I don’t have a Windows PC around to investigate at the moment, but it looks like the ipython command can’t be found in your %PATH% environment variable. Sometimes, a system restart helps to reload your variables. If that doesn’t help, you can try typing the absolute path to the ipython executable file. You’ll need to find where it was installed first.

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