How to install Anaconda on Linux?

Anaconda is an open-source software that contains Jupyter, spyder, etc that are used for large data processing, data analytics, heavy scientific computing. Anaconda works for R and python programming language. Spyder(sub-application of Anaconda) is used for python. Opencv for python will work in spyder. Package versions are managed by the package management system called conda.

To begin working with Anaconda, one must get it installed first. Follow the below instructions to Download and install Anaconda on your system:

Downloading and installing Anaconda:

Head over to anaconda.com and install the latest version of Anaconda. Make sure to download the “Python 3.7 Version” for the appropriate architecture.
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Begin with the installation process:

  • Getting Started:
    Beginning-Installation
  • Getting through the License Agreement:
    License-Agreement
  • Choose Installation Location:
    Installation-Location
  • Extracting Files and packages:
    Extracting-packages
  • Initializing Anaconda Installation:
    Installing-Anaconda
  • Finishing up the Installation:
    Finishing-Installation

Working with Anaconda:

Once the installation process is done, Anaconda can be used to perform multiple operations. To begin using Anaconda, use the following command to start Anaconda Navigator:

anaconda-navigator

Anaconda-Installation-Verification
Anaconda-Navigator-in-Linux

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