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Use the 'createinstallmedia' command in Terminal. Connect the USB flash drive or other volume that you're using for the bootable installer. Make sure that it has at least 12GB of available storage and is formatted as Mac OS Extended. Open Terminal, which is in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder. Aug 17, 2020 The deprecated 64-bit/32-bit installer variant for macOS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) is no longer provided. As of 3.7.7, macOS installer packages are now compatible with the full Gatekeeper notarization requirements of macOS 10.15 Catalina including code signing. Mar 11, 2020 The deprecated 64-bit/32-bit installer variant for macOS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) is no longer provided. As of 3.7.7, macOS installer packages are now compatible with the full Gatekeeper notarization requirements of macOS 10.15 Catalina including code signing.

Whether you’re a big, small or medium enterprise, Anaconda will support your organization. As a free and open-source distribution of Python and R programming language, it’s aim is to easily scale a single user on one laptop to thousands of machines. If you’re looking for a hassle-free data science platform, this is the one for you.

Extensive packages

Anaconda is leading the way for innovative data science platforms for enterprises of all sizes.

Anaconda provides you with more than 1,500 packages in its distribution. In it you will find the Anaconda navigator (a graphical alternative to command line interface), Conda package, virtual environment manager, and GUI. What makes Conda different from other PIP package managers is how package dependencies are managed. PIP installs Python package dependencies, even if they’re in conflict with other packages you’ve already installed. So, for example, a program can suddenly stop working when you’re installing a different package with a different version of the NumPy library. Everything will appear to work but, you data will produce different results because you didn’t install PIP in the same order. This is where Conda comes in. It analyzes your current environment and installations. This includes version limitations, dependencies, and incompatibility. As an open source package, it can be individually installed from the Anaconda repository, Anaconda Cloud or even the conda install command.
You can even create and share custom packages using the conda build command. The developers will then compile and build all the packages in the Anaconda repository, providing binaries for Windows, Linux and MacOS. Basically, you won’t worry about installing anything because Conda knows everything that’s been installed in your computer.

Extend your reach with Anaconda Navigator

The built in graphical user interface or GUI allows you to launch applications while managing Conda packages, environments and channels. This means the GUI will complete the process of installing packages without asking for a command-line command. It even includes these applications by default: JupyterLab & Jupyter Notebook / QtConsole / Spyder / Glueviz / Orange / RStudio / Visual Studio Code.

Where can you run this program?

Anaconda 2019.07 has these system requirements:

Macos

- Operating system: Windows 7 or newer, 64-bit macOS 10.10+, or Linux, including Ubuntu, RedHat, CentOS 6+.
- System architecture: Windows- 64-bit x86, 32-bit x86; MacOS- 64-bit x86; Linux- 64-bit x86, 64-bit Power8/Power9.
- 5 GB disk space or more.

Anaconda developers recommends you to install Anaconda for the local user so you won’t need administrator permissions. Or, you can opt to install Anaconda system wide, which does require administrator permissions.

Is there a better alternative?

If you’re looking for simple Python-dedicated environment, then you need PyCharm. Targeted specifically for Python programmers, this integrated development environment is filled with programming tools that can impress both new and experienced developers. It provides all the tools in a centralized system so you can increase your efficiency and effectiveness. Features like code analysis, graphical debugger, and unit tester helps you integrate Python programs with version control systems. In fact, every single output you make will be capable of web development from different web frameworks like Django, web2py, and Flask. It offers automated tools like code refactorings, PEP8 checks, and testing assistance to create your code, but what stands out the most is Smart Assistance. It fixes any of your errors or complete portions of your code. With PyCharm, you can expect a neat and maintainable code.

Our take

Anaconda’s host of innovative options makes it the best data science platform for all enterprises. By offering superior collaboration tools, scalability, and security, you never have to worry about gathering big data again.

Should you download it?

If you have experience with other package management and deployment programs, then make the big switch by downloading Anaconda.

Highs

  • Extensive data science tools
  • Functions can be scaled
  • Flexible nodes
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Lows

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  • Hard to maximize by small organizations
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Posted on October 21, 2019 by Paul

Updated 11 February 2020

In this article, I will show you how to install OpenCV 4 with Python 3 on macOS Catalina.

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There is also a video version of this tutorial:

MacOS comes by default with Python 2.7 which, at this point, receives only bug fixes and will be EOL by 2020. Python 3.x is the future and it is supported by all major Python libraries. In this tutorial, we’ll use the Python 3.8.

Start by installing the Command Line Tools for macOS. Please note, that you will need the Command Line Tools even if you’ve already installed Xcode. Open a Terminal and write:

Once the Command Line Tools are installed, we can install Python.

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The official installer of Python is a pkg file that will start a GUI installer which will guide you through the installation. You can also check the video version of this tutorial if you want to see how I did it.

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As a side note, you can have multiple Python 3 versions installed on your macOS machine. If this is the case, you can select which version you want to use by specifying the version number, e.g.:

or:

After the above, you can invoke Python 3.8 using the python3.8 command. python3 will also invoke the latest installer version of Python 3. This is what I see if I run python3.8 on my machine:

Next, let’s follow best practices and create a new Python environment in which we can install NumPy and OpenCV:

At this point, your prompt should indicate that you are using the work environment. You can read more about Python environments in the documentation.

Once an environment is activated, all the install commands will apply only to the current environment. By default, if you close your Terminal, the environment is deactivated. If you want to be able to use it, use the source work/bin/activate command.

We can install NumPy and OpenCV with:

Please note that the above will install the slightly older OpenCV 4.1, latest binary version doesn’t seem to work on macOS Catalina!

As a side note, when you are in a new environment you can use python to invoke the Python interpreter, no need to use the version number.

At this point, you should have OpenCV 4 and Python installed on your Mac. We can write a small test program that will print the OpenCV version, load an image from the disk, convert the image to gray and show the result. Start by downloading the next image:

Save it as clouds.jpg. In the same folder where you’ve saved the above image, create a new file demo.py and write the next code:

Run the code with:

(You can close the two windows by pressing ESC!)

You should see something like in the next figure. By default, the last image (the gray one) will be over the first one. You need to move the window in order to see both images:

If you want to learn more about OpenCV and Python I would recommend reading OpenCV with Python Blueprints by M. Beyeler:

How To Install Python On Mac Catalina

or, OpenCV with Python By Example by G. Garrido and P. Joshi:

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