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          Stop Installing Python Packages Globally — Use Virtual Environments

          Posted by eriky on Feb 19, 2020 7:31 PM EDT
          medium.com/better-programming; By Erik-Jan van Baaren
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          With virtual environments, you can isolate your software and avoid version conflicts.. Python virtual environments allow you to install Python packages in an isolated location for a particular application, instead of installing them globally. This articles explores what the advantages are and how you can quickly get started.

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