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Jamaru Rodgers3,046 Points
I have installed Anaconda on my computer, and jupyter along with it, yet none of my command prompts understand "conda"..
C:\Users\Youngsavk\intro-to-numpy>conda create -n 100days numpy jupyter
'conda' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
^^^ Please help. Followed links to download both. I'm on windows so this all kinda sucks but oh well. Please and thank you!
You can add it to your path by writing something like this on your command prompt:
set PATH=%PATH%;C:\<YOUR DIR TO Anaconda3>;C:\<YOUR DIR TO Anaconda3>\Scripts\
Add both of them mainly because the script to run conda is inside Scripts.
You can also add to the path by pressing the Windows Key and writing edit environment variables for your account, selecting Path variable -> Edit-> New.
Hope it helps.
Seth Kroger56,412 Points
From the Start menu use "Anaconda Prompt" in the Anaconda folder. You can also use the Navigator to create the environment from the UI and start a command shell from there.
It's due to the fact that, like me, you're working on a Windows machine. If the command is not added to your PATH, it's not recognized. That's why Seth told you to use "Anaconda Prompt" on your start menu. It's easier to do that on windows.