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Setting Up Your Bokeh Environment

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In this lesson you’ll explore the various means to setup your Bokeh environment.

Installation options include: * Use Anaconda: Newer distributions include Jupyter, Pandas and Bokeh * PIP install any missing libraries into your main python environment * Use a Virtual Environment

The video covers the steps to setup a virtual environment, and installation of Pandas, Bokeh and Jupyter.

Check out these courses for more details on setting up a virtual environment and using Jupyter Notebooks.

Here are a few more links for more details on the libraries you are installing:

$ mkdir Bokeh
$ cd Bokeh
$ python3 -m venv venv

$ # macOS virtual environment activation
$ source venv/bin/activate

$ # Windows virtual environment activation
$ venv/Scripts/activate

$ # Everyone continue here
(venv) $ pip install pandas
(venv) $ pip install bokeh

$ # Optional
(venv) $ pip install jupyter

R morel on May 20, 2020

Okey whats next

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