Sure, here are the steps to create a Python 3 environment using Conda:
- First, ensure that you have Conda installed. You can download and install Conda from the official Anaconda website: https://www.anaconda.com/products/individual
- Open a terminal or command prompt and create a new Python 3 environment by running the following command:
conda create --name env_name python=3
env_name is the name you want to give to your environment.
- Activate the environment by running the following command:
conda activate env_name
This will activate the environment and you should see its name in your terminal prompt.
- Now you can install packages and run Python scripts within this environment, without affecting the global Python environment on your system.
- When you’re done using the environment, you can deactivate it by running the following command:
- If you want to remove the environment, you can do so by running the following command:
conda remove --name env_name --all
This will remove the environment and all packages installed in it.
That’s it! You’ve successfully created a Python 3 environment using Conda.