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Python Installation - Conda Install | Google Earth Engine | Google Developers (1)
Python Installation - Conda Install | Google Earth Engine | Google Developers (2)

The Earth Engine Python API can be installed to a local machine viaconda, a Pythonpackage and environment manager. Conda is bundled withAnaconda andMinicondaPython distributions. Anaconda is a data science programming platformthat includes 1500+ packages, while Miniconda includes only conda and itsdependencies. Either of these Python distributions are suitable forinstalling and working with the Earth Engine API. If you're unfamiliarwith these distributions, please visit their links to learn more.

This guide will direct you through:

  • Checking for an existing conda install
  • Installing conda on a local machine
  • Installing the Earth Engine Python API
  • Setting up authentication credentials
  • Testing the API

Check for conda install

If conda is already installed on your system, skip to theInstall API section. If you are unsure whether conda isinstalled, verify by entering the following command at your command lineinterface.

conda --help

If conda is installed and its system path is registered in the PATHenvironmental variable, conda help contents should appear in theterminal. If the help contents appear, skip to theInstall API section. If conda is not recognized, theresult will read something like:conda not found or not recognized as a command. It is possible that theprogram exists on your system but is not registered in the PATHenvironmental variable. Even if this is the case, for consistency, pleasecontinue with the Install conda section, as it isdifficult to address all possible system configurations. As long as thefolder 'miniconda3' does not exist in your Home folder, the followingconda install instructions should succeed. For more information on condainstall location and registration, please see theMiniconda Installationand Anaconda Installationpages.

Install conda

In this section you will download and install Miniconda, which will serveas the Python platform to access the Earth Engine API. Asdescribed above, you may use Miniconda or Anaconda, but tominimize impact to your system, this guide will describe aMiniconda installation with no alteration to your system'senvironmental variables. If you prefer Anaconda, please see theinstallation instructions providedhere and then skip to theInstall API section.

Install Miniconda

Downloading and installing Miniconda is accomplished in three steps:

  1. Download the 64-bit Python 3 Miniconda installer to your Home directory
  2. Run the installer
  3. Delete the installer

Complete these steps by copying and pasting the following lines into theappropriate command line interface for your system. Installationresults in a folder named 'miniconda3' added to your Home directory.

1. Download the Miniconda installer to your Home directory.

Linux

wget https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Linux-x86_64.sh -O ~/miniconda.sh

Mac

curl https://repo.anaconda.com/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-MacOSX-x86_64.sh -o ~/miniconda.sh

Windows

powershell -command "Invoke-WebRequest -Uri https://repo.anaconda.com/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Windows-x86_64.exe -OutFile ~\miniconda.exe"

2. Install Miniconda quietly, accepting defaults, to your Home directory.

Linux

bash ~/miniconda.sh -b -p

Mac

bash ~/miniconda.sh -b -p

Windows

start /B /WAIT %UserProfile%\miniconda.exe /InstallationType=JustMe /AddToPath=0 /RegisterPython=0 /S /D=%UserProfile%\miniconda3
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3. Remove the Miniconda installer from your Home directory.

Linux

rm ~/miniconda.sh

Mac

rm ~/miniconda.sh

Windows

del %UserProfile%\miniconda.exe

Test Miniconda install

Print the conda command's help menu to test the Miniconda install.Since Miniconda has not been added to your system's PATH environmentvariable, you will first need to activate conda for this session bycalling the activate command by its full system path. A successful testwill result in conda help contents appearing in the terminal. Run thefollowing lines in your system's command line interface.

Linux

source $HOME/miniconda3/bin/activateconda --help

Mac

source $HOME/miniconda3/bin/activateconda --help

Windows

%UserProfile%\miniconda3\condabin\activateconda --help

Add Miniconda to PATH variable

You can optionally add the Miniconda installation path to your system'sPATH variable, which will allow you to interact with conda bya simple call to conda without having to first run the activatecommand by its full path. The following instructions walk through addingthe Miniconda install to your system's PATH variable.

Linux

Add the following path to your 'PATH' environmental variable bycompleting either the GUI or command line instructions below.

$HOME/miniconda3/bin

GUI

1. Open the .bashrc file found in your $HOME directory in a texteditor.

xdg-open ~/.bashrc

2. Copy and paste the following lines to the bottom of the file.

# add path to condaexport PATH="$HOME/miniconda3/bin:$PATH"

3. Save the file and close the text editor.

Command line

Enter the following command in a terminal to append the conda path tothe ~/.bashrc file.

printf '\n# add path to conda\nexport PATH="$HOME/miniconda3/bin:$PATH"\n' >> ~/.bashrc

Mac

Add the following path to your 'PATH' environmental variable bycompleting either the GUI or command line instructions below.

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$HOME/miniconda3/bin

GUI

1. Open the .bashrc file found in your $HOME directory in a texteditor.

touch ~/.bashrc; open -t ~/.bashrc

2. Copy and paste the following lines to the bottom of the file.

# add path to condaexport PATH="$HOME/miniconda3/bin:$PATH"

3. Save the file and close the text editor.

Command line

Enter the following command in a terminal to append the conda path tothe ~/.bashrc file.

printf '\n# add path to conda\nexport PATH="$HOME/miniconda3/bin:$PATH"\n' >> ~/.bashrc

Windows

Add the following path to your 'Path' environmental variable bycompleting either the GUI or command line instructions below.

%UserProfile%\miniconda3\condabin

GUI

1. Enter the following line in a command prompt to open the'Environmental Variable' dialog.

rundll32 sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables

2. Double-click the 'Path' variable under the 'User' section to selectit for editing.

3. Click the 'Edit text' button in the new 'Edit' dialog window toopen the editor.

4. Add the following string to the end of the existing 'Path' variablevalue. Ensure that semicolons (;) surround the entry to distinguish itfrom neighboring entries.

%UserProfile%\miniconda3\condabin;

5. Click 'Okay' buttons until all dialog windows are closed.

Command line

Use the setx command to append the path. From a command prompt enter:

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setx Path "%Path%%UserProfile%\miniconda3\condabin;"

Initialize conda

Initialize conda for shell interaction. Run the proceeding command forinformation on initialization for various shells. Follow subsequentinstructions printed to the console upon entering the command.

conda init --help

After restarting your command line interface, you should be able toactivate the base conda environment with the following command.

conda activate
conda activate

Install API

The Earth Engine Python API is distributed as a conda-forge package at:https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/earthengine-api.It is installed with the conda install command. Before installing,however, make a conda environment specifically for Earth Engine.Installing the Earth Engine API to its own environment ensures that itand its dependent packages will not cause versioning issues with yourbase environment or any other environment you've previously set up andvice versa. For more information on managing conda environments, pleasevisit this site.

1. Activate your base conda environment, if it is not already.

Linux

source $HOME/miniconda3/bin/activate

Mac

source $HOME/miniconda3/bin/activate

Windows

%UserProfile%\miniconda3\condabin\activate

2. Make a conda virtual environment for the Earth Engine API.

conda create --name ee

You will be asked to confirm creation of the environment, do so.

3. Activate the conda ee environment.

conda activate ee

4. Install the API into the conda ee environment. Ensure that (ee)appears at the beginning of the command line, indicating you are workingfrom the ee environment.

conda install -c conda-forge earthengine-api

You will be asked to confirm the installation of the API and itsdependencies. After confirming, conda will download and install thedependencies. If all goes well, you will now have a conda environmentcalled 'ee' with all the requirements for accessing the API, as well asthe earthengine command line tool.

Get credentials

Before using the Earth Engine API or earthengine command line tool, youmust perform a one-time authentication that authorizes access to EarthEngine on behalf of your Google account. To authenticate, use theauthenticate command from the earthengine command line tool.

Within your conda ee environment run the following command and followthe resulting printed instructions. A URL will be provided that generatesan authorization code upon agreement. Copy the authorization code andenter it as command line input.

earthengine authenticate

Upon entering the authorization code, an authorization token gets savedto a credentials file which can be found below. Subsequent use of theAPI's ee.Initialize() command and the earthengine command line toolwill look to this file to authenticate. If you want to revokeauthorization, simply delete the credentials file.

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Linux

ls $HOME/.config/earthengine/credentials

Mac

ls $HOME/.config/earthengine/credentials

Windows

dir %UserProfile%\.config\earthengine\credentials

Testing the API

Run a simple Python script that prints metadata for a DEM dataset to testthe API installation. It should print a JSON object to the console.

1. Start a python interpreter from your conda ee environment.

python

2. Run the following Python lines one-by-one to print the metadata for aDEM dataset

import ee# Initialize the Earth Engine module.ee.Initialize()# Print metadata for a DEM dataset.print(ee.Image('USGS/SRTMGL1_003').getInfo())

Subsequent API use

Anytime you wish to use the Earth Engine API you must first activate yourconda ee environment. The activation procedure depends on whether condais registered for use in the shell or not. Follow the instructionsrelevant to your conda install below.

Conda not registered

The following conda ee environment activation command assumes thatconda has been installed following the instructions in the aboveInstall conda section i.e. the install path is assumedbased on prior steps. Run the following command in a command lineinterface.

Linux

source $HOME/miniconda3/bin/activate ee

Mac

source $HOME/miniconda3/bin/activate ee

Windows

%UserProfile%\miniconda3\condabin\activate ee

Conda registered

The following conda ee environment activation command assumes thatconda has been registered for use in the shell or command prompt byinstructions in this guide or by othermeans. Run the following command in a command line interface.

conda activate ee

After running the command, you should see (ee) at the beginning ofthe command line, indicating that you are working from the eeenvironment.

You are now ready to start a Python interpreter and access the EarthEngine Python API. Please refer to thePython Install page for general guidance onworking with the Python API.

Updating the API

Use the conda update command to update your ee environment to thelatest API version. Remember to first activate your conda eeenvironment, if it is not already active.

conda update -c conda-forge earthengine-api

Get the currently installed version number in Python by printing the eelibrary __version__ property. Start a Python interpreter by enteringpython in the ee conda environment command line and then enter thefollowing commands.

import eeprint(ee.__version__)

Sharing your ee environment

It can be helpful to share your conda Python environment with others toachieve reproducible and replicable results, particularly when you haveinstalled additional Python packages. Conda provides a convenient way forothers to replicate your environment.

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From your conda ee environment, run the following command to save aYAML file called 'ee-shared-env' to your Home directory, which lists yourenvironment specifications.

Linux

conda env export > $HOME/ee-shared-env.yml

Mac

conda env export > $HOME/ee-shared-env.yml

Windows

conda env export > %UserProfile%\ee-shared-env.yml

Share the resulting file, and the recipient can replicate the environmentby running the following conda command.

conda env create -f path-to-ee-shared-env.yml

FAQs

Does installing conda install Python? ›

Installing the Anaconda platform will install the following: Python; specifically the CPython interpreter that we discussed in the previous section. A number of useful Python packages, like matplotlib, NumPy, and SciPy. Jupyter, which provides an interactive “notebook” environment for prototyping code.

Is conda and Anaconda the same? ›

Conda is a package manager. It helps you take care of your different packages by handling installing, updating and removing them. Anaconda contains all of the most common packages (tools) a data scientist needs and can be considered the hardware store of data science tools.

How do I import a Google Earth Engine? ›

To upload a GeoTIFF using the Code Editor, select the Assets tab in the upper left corner, click the button, then select Image upload. Earth Engine presents an upload dialog which should look similar to Figure 1. Click the SELECT button and navigate to a GeoTIFF on your local file system.

How do I get Google Earth Engine access? ›

To get access to Earth Engine, please fill out the form at signup.earthengine.google.com. You will receive an email titled "Welcome to Google Earth Engine" with instructions for getting started.

How do I run Python on Google App Engine? ›

Getting started with App Engine (Python 3)
  1. Overview.
  2. Setup and requirements.
  3. Write the web app.
  4. Define the dependencies.
  5. Configure the deployment.
  6. Deploy the web app.
  7. Test the web app.
  8. Update the web app.
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How do I deploy a Python app to Google App Engine? ›

Run the following commands to configure the gcloud CLI:
  1. gcloud config set proxy/type [PROXY_TYPE] gcloud config set proxy/address [PROXY_ADDRESS] gcloud config set proxy/port [PROXY_PORT]
  2. gcloud app deploy. gcloud app deploy app. yaml dos. yaml index. ...
  3. gcloud app deploy main/app. yaml service1/app. yaml service2/app. yaml.

Does Google allow Python developers? ›

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience. Experience with software development in one or more programming languages (e.g., Python, C, C++, Java, JavaScript).

Should I install Python with pip or conda? ›

It's fully recommended to use pip inside of conda. It's better to install using conda, but for any packages that don't have a conda build, it's perfectly acceptable to use pip.

Can I use Python without conda? ›

You can use conda without Anaconda, but using Anaconda always involves the conda tool. module load python/3.4. x-anaconda Python 3 is the latest version of the language and python 2 is considered legacy. Generally you should choose Python 3 for new projects whenever possible.

Is it better to install Python or Anaconda? ›

Since ActiveState provides commercial support, ActivePython is the best choice for those focused on building commercial applications. Anaconda is a good choice for those focused on creating non-commercial data science applications since you can take advantage of Anaconda's proven Python ecosystem for free.

Which Python is conda using? ›

Conda treats Python the same as any other package, so it is easy to manage and update multiple installations. Anaconda supports Python 3.7, 3.8, 3.9 and 3.10. The current default is Python 3.9.

Is conda still used? ›

In most of the real world Data Science projects, conda based package and environments are widely used and I personally preferred conda based package installation and maintenance of project then installing and maintaining directly PIP based packages.

What is the difference between Google Earth Engine and Google Earth? ›

Google Earth allows you to see satellite imagery pixels and GEE allows you to perform sophisticated analytics on those satellite imagery pixels. Google Earth Engine (GEE) is a cloud computing platform which enables data scientists to do planetary satellite imagery analysis.

Is Google Earth Engine is easy to learn? ›

It is very easy to understand as they have divided their content in small chunks as Lab exercises.

Is Google Earth Engine a software? ›

Google Earth Engine is a cloud-based geospatial analysis platform that enables users to visualize and analyze satellite images of our planet. Scientists and non-profits use Earth Engine for remote sensing research, predicting disease outbreaks, natural resource management, and more.

Does Google Earth Engine use Python? ›

In addition to the web-based IDE Google Earth Engine also provides a Python API that can be used on your local machine without the need to utilize a browser, although the capabilities of this API are reduced compared to the Code Editor/IDE.

How do I use Google Earth without installing it? ›

Accessing Google Earth in your browser is incredibly simple. It's great because you don't have to download anything, and you can use it on any computer. Just go to google.com/earth.
...
How to Use Google Earth in a Browser
  1. On the left-hand menu, click Advanced.
  2. Select System.
  3. Enable Use hardware acceleration when available.

What code is Google Earth Engine? ›

The Earth Engine (EE) Code Editor at code.earthengine.google.com is a web-based IDE for the Earth Engine JavaScript API. Code Editor features are designed to make developing complex geospatial workflows fast and easy. The Code Editor has the following elements (illustrated in Figure 1): JavaScript code editor.

What game engine can use Python? ›

Pygame. When people think of Python game engines, the first thought many have is Pygame. In fact, there's already a great primer on Pygame available at Real Python. Written as a replacement for the stalled PySDL library, Pygame wraps and extends the SDL library, which stands for Simple DirectMedia Layer.

Can Python build mobile apps? ›

Python can be used on various platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows phones, and desktops. Many Python frameworks help build mobile apps in a shorter time. Some of them are Kivy, BeeWare, or PyQT. Additionally, Python is a great language for prototyping and can test out new ideas on the go using an app.

How do I open Google App Engine? ›

Creating a flex application
  1. Click the Google Cloud Platform toolbar button .
  2. Select Create New Project > Google App Engine Flexible Java Project.... ...
  3. Enter a Project name for your application.
  4. If you want, enter values for the optional fields: ...
  5. Click Next.
  6. Select any libraries you need in the project.
  7. Click Finish.

Does Google App Engine support Python 3? ›

Python 3 versions

The Python 3 runtime supports Python 3.7, Python 3.8, Python 3.9, and Python 3.10 and uses the latest stable release of the version that is specified in your app. yaml file. App Engine automatically updates to new patch release versions, but it will not automatically update the minor version.

How do I use Python in Google app Script? ›

Python quickstart
  1. On this page.
  2. Objectives.
  3. Prerequisites.
  4. Set up your environment. Enable the API. Authorize credentials for a desktop application.
  5. Install the Google client library.
  6. Configure the sample.
  7. Run the sample.
  8. Next steps.

How do I turn a Python script into an app? ›

Using auto-py-to-exe
  1. Open a Command Prompt by searching for CMD. ...
  2. Run auto-py-to-exe from the prompt. ...
  3. Click on Browse and navigate to our example Python file. ...
  4. Set the application to use one file. ...
  5. Set the application to be Console Based. ...
  6. Click on the Icon drop down and select an icon for your application.
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What is the average salary of Python developer in Google? ›

Average Google Python Developer salary in India is ₹ 19.8 Lakhs for experience between 2 years to 23 years. Python Developer salary at Google India ranges between ₹ 4.3 Lakhs to ₹ 38.0 Lakhs.

Does NASA use Python? ›

Here's how it works: Data from NASA's Deep Space Network feeds down into the Space Telescope Science Institute's processing systems using Python. “And that's where my code comes in,” Mike Swam, the data processing team lead who worked on JWST, said on an episode of the podcast Talk Python to Me in March 2022.

How much do Python developers make at Google? ›

$200,731. The estimated total pay for a Python Developer at Google is $200,731 per year.

Is conda slower than pip? ›

So in real time, conda was about six times slower than pip . And this difference in speed is typical of my experience with these package managers. Why such a difference to download the same library?

Why is Anaconda better than pip? ›

Anaconda offers its own open-source package manager called conda . It's very similar to pip even though it doesn't always have the most up-to-date packages and is moderately slower than pip . However, conda allows us to install packages outside the Python ecosystem.

Is it bad to use both pip and conda? ›

Unfortunately, issues can arise when conda and pip are used together to create an environment, especially when the tools are used back-to-back multiple times, establishing a state that can be hard to reproduce.

Is Anaconda Python good for beginners? ›

Anaconda Python is the perfect platform for beginners who want to learn Python. It's easy to install, and you can get started quickly with the included Jupyter Notebook. Plus, Anaconda Python has many features and libraries that you can use for your projects.

Do I need to install Python after Anaconda? ›

The answer for you will be No. if you already had anaconda installed in your laptop, once you open it up you will realized you can install Python within the software. Anaconda will not only included Python, R also will be included. Spider or Jupiter notebook can be used for edit your Python scripts.

Is conda a Python library? ›

As of conda 4.4, conda can be installed in any environment, not just environments with names starting with _ (underscore). That change was made, in part, so that conda can be used as a Python library.

How much RAM does Anaconda use? ›

You need a minimum RAM size of 32 GB, or 16 GB RAM with 1600 MHz DDR3.

Which Python is best to install? ›

If your system has a 32-bit processor, then you should choose the 32-bit installer. On a 64-bit system, either installer will actually work for most purposes. The 32-bit version will generally use less memory, but the 64-bit version performs better for applications with intensive computation.

What is the difference between Python and anaconda snake? ›

Anaconda is the heaviest and the biggest snake in the world. On the other hand, the python is no doubt the longest snake in the world. An anaconda can weigh as much as 550 pounds or more and can grow up to 25 feet. In contrast, the python can grow as long as 33 feet or more.

How do I get Python 3.9 on Anaconda? ›

Windows
  1. Scroll to the bar titled "Anaconda Installers".
  2. Click the 64-bit (or 32-bit depending on your system) Graphical Installer for Windows to download Python 3.9 version. ( ...
  3. Once download is complete. ...
  4. Double click on the downloaded file and follow the installation instructions.

Is conda owned by Anaconda? ›

The Conda package and environment manager is included in all versions of Anaconda, Miniconda, and Anaconda Repository. Conda is a NumFOCUS affiliated project.

Is conda like pip? ›

The fundamental difference between pip and Conda packaging is what they put in packages. Pip packages are Python libraries like NumPy or matplotlib . Conda packages include Python libraries (NumPy or matplotlib ), C libraries ( libjpeg ), and executables (like C compilers, and even the Python interpreter itself).

Which is stronger Anaconda or Python? ›

The anaconda does the exact same thing, but it has more crush force to put an end to the fight. The offensive capabilities of these two creatures are similar, but the anaconda is much stronger and gets the advantage.

Is Anaconda no longer free? ›

Of course, if you're developing with Anaconda for your own personal project, or a small business (<200 employees) and have no intention to use it for commercial purposes, Anaconda is still free.
...
ActiveState vs Anaconda.
ActiveState $0/yearAnaconda $150/year
Development PricingFree$150/seat/year
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Is Anaconda bigger than Python? ›

While the reticulated python is longer, it's also slender. Anacondas are bulky. It's estimated that a 5.2-metre-long anaconda would weigh about the same as a 7.3-metre-long reticulated python. Green anacondas are non-venomous, solitary and found in South America and Trinidad.

Why should I install conda? ›

Using Conda you can quickly install commonly used data science libraries and tools, such as R, NumPy, SciPy, Scikit-learn, Dask, TensorFlow, PyTorch, Fast.ai, NVIDIA RAPIDS, and more built using optimized, hardware specific libraries (such as Intel's MKL or NVIDIA's CUDA), which provides a speedup without having to ...

Is PyCharm better than Anaconda? ›

Though they are independent tools, PyCharm and AnaConda can be used together for projects that can benefit from both tools. PyCharm is an IDE built to make it easier to write Python code, by providing a text editor and debugging, among other features. Anaconda is a Python distribution focused on data driven projects.

Who owns Anaconda Python? ›

Anaconda, Inc.

How do I install Geemap in Anaconda? ›

So, to install geemap in conda: activate your env: $ conda activate onl. install mamba via conda-forge: $ conda install mamba -c conda-forge. install geemap via mamba: $ mamba install geemap -c conda-forge.

How do I install an environment in Anaconda? ›

Use the terminal or an Anaconda Prompt for the following steps:
  1. Create the environment from the environment.yml file: conda env create -f environment. yml. ...
  2. Activate the new environment: conda activate myenv.
  3. Verify that the new environment was installed correctly: conda env list.

How do I install Google Earth software? ›

Step 1: Visit the official https://www.google.com/intl/en_in/earth/versions/ website using any web browser. Step 2: Click on Google Earth Pro On Desktop Button to start Download. Step 3: Now new windows on then Click on the Download Earth Pro On Desktop.

Can you install packages in Anaconda Navigator? ›

It is very easy to install any package through anaconda navigator, simply search the required package, select package and click on apply to install it.

Can I use pip install in Anaconda? ›

pip is the standard package manager for python, meaning you can use it both inside and outside of Anaconda.

How do I conda install? ›

Installing on Windows
  1. Download the installer: Miniconda installer for Windows. ...
  2. Verify your installer hashes.
  3. Double-click the .exe file.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen. If you are unsure about any setting, accept the defaults. ...
  5. Test your installation.

Where are Anaconda Python packages installed? ›

Conda installs packages into the anaconda/pkgs directory. If conda cannot find the file, try using an absolute path name instead of a relative path name. Installing packages directly from the file does not resolve dependencies.

How can we activate environment in conda? ›

To activate your Conda environment, type source activate <yourenvironmentname> . Note that conda activate will not work on Discovery with this version. To install a specific package, type conda install -n <yourenvironmentname> [package] . To deactivate the current, active Conda environment, type conda deactivate .

How do I manually install anaconda packages? ›

Add packages to the Anaconda environment using the pip command
  1. Open Anaconda Command prompt as administrator.
  2. Use cd\ to come out of the set directory or path.
  3. Run pip install command.
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Is Google Earth free to install? ›

Google Earth Pro on desktop is free for users with advanced feature needs. Import and export GIS data, and go back in time with historical imagery. Available on PC, Mac, or Linux. By installing, you agree to Google Earth's Privacy Policy.

Should I use pip or conda to install packages? ›

It's fully recommended to use pip inside of conda. It's better to install using conda, but for any packages that don't have a conda build, it's perfectly acceptable to use pip.

Do I need to install Python before Anaconda? ›

Anaconda recommends downloading the latest version of Anaconda prior to creating a Python 3.5 (or 3.6) environment. Or download the latest version of Anaconda and run the following command to install Python 3.5 (or 3.6) in the root environment: conda install python=3.5 or conda install python=3.6 .

What is the difference between installing a package with conda and pip? ›

The fundamental difference between pip and Conda packaging is what they put in packages. Pip packages are Python libraries like NumPy or matplotlib . Conda packages include Python libraries (NumPy or matplotlib ), C libraries ( libjpeg ), and executables (like C compilers, and even the Python interpreter itself).

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