Anaconda 2.0

Anaconda 2.0 by Corinna Bahr.

From the post:

We are pleased to announce Anaconda 2.0, the newest version of our enterprise-ready Python distribution. Available for free on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, Anaconda includes almost 200 of the most popular numerical and scientific Python libraries used by scientists, engineers and data analysts, with an integrated and flexible installer.

From the Anaconda page:

Completely free enterprise-ready Python distribution for large-scale data processing, predictive analytics, and scientific computing

  • 195+ of the most popular Python packages for science, math, engineering, data analysis
  • Completely free – including for commercial use and even redistribution
  • Cross platform on Linux, Windows, Mac
  • Installs into a single directory and doesn’t affect other Python installations on your system. Doesn’t require root or local administrator privileges
  • Stay up-to-date by easily updating packages from our free, online repository
  • Easily switch between Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, 3.4, and experiment with multiple versions of libraries, using our conda package manager and its great support for virtual environments
  • Comes with tools to connect and integrate with Excel


I first saw this in a tweet by Scientific Python

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