getting started with conda
Download Anaconda for a hassle-free way of configuring your
Download the Python 3 version b/c Python 2 is no longer maintained
If you're wondering "Why not use
pip?", Anaconda (aka conda) is
built specifically for working with the
data science ecosystem of languages (Python, R, Julia) and libraries (scipy, numpy, pandas, scikit-learn, plotly/matplotlib), many
of which require non-Python build requirements like C/C++ and Fortran compilers.