conda install

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NAME
       conda - conda install

DESCRIPTION
       usage: conda install [-h] [--revision REVISION] [-y] [--dry-run] [-f]

       [--file FILE] [--no-deps] [--only-deps] [-m] [-C]
              [--use-local]   [--offline]  [--no-pin]  [-c  CHANNEL]  [--over‐
              ride-channels] [-n ENVIRONMENT | -p  PATH]  [-q]  [--copy]  [-k]
              [--update-dependencies]    [--no-update-dependencies]   [--chan‐
              nel-priority] [--no-channel-priority] [--clobber]  [--show-chan‐
              nel-urls]  [--no-show-channel-urls]  [--download-only]  [--json]
              [--debug] [--verbose] [package_spec [package_spec ...]]

       Installs a list of packages into a specified conda environment.

              This command accepts a  list  of  package  specifications  (e.g,
              bitarray=0.8)  and  installs  a  set of packages consistent with
              those specifications and compatible with the underlying environ‐
              ment.  If  full  compatibility  cannot  be  assured, an error is
              reported and the environment is not changed.

              Conda attempts to install the newest versions of  the  requested
              packages.  To  accomplish this, it may update some packages that
              are already installed, or install additional packages.  To  pre‐
              vent  existing  packages from updating, use the --no-update-deps
              option. This may force conda to install older  versions  of  the
              requested  packages,  and  it does not prevent additional depen‐
              dency packages from being installed.

              If you wish to skip  dependency  checking  altogether,  use  the
              '--force'  option. This may result in an environment with incom‐
              patible packages, so this option must be used  with  great  cau‐
              tion.

              conda  can  also be called with a list of explicit conda package
              filenames (e.g.  ./lxml-3.2.0-py27_0.tar.bz2).  Using  conda  in
              this  mode  implies  the  --force option, and should likewise be
              used with great caution. Explicit filenames and package specifi‐
              cations cannot be mixed in a single command.

OPTIONS
   positional arguments:
       package_spec
              Packages to install or update in the conda environment.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              Show this help message and exit.

       --revision REVISION
              Revert to the specified REVISION.

       -y, --yes
              Do not ask for confirmation.

       --dry-run
              Only display what would have been done.

       -f, --force
              Force install (even when package already installed).

       --file FILE
              Read  package versions from the given file. Repeated file speci‐
              fications can be passed (e.g. --file=file1 --file=file2).

       --no-deps
              Do not install, update, remove,  or  change  dependencies.  This
              WILL  lead to broken environments and inconsistent behavior. Use
              at your own risk.

       --only-deps
              Only install dependencies.

       -m, --mkdir
              Create the environment directory if necessary.

       -C, --use-index-cache
              Use cache of channel index files, even if it has expired.

       --use-local
              Use locally built packages.

       --offline
              Offline mode, don't connect to the Internet.

       --no-pin
              Ignore pinned file.

       -c CHANNEL, --channel CHANNEL
              Additional channel  to  search  for  packages.  These  are  URLs
              searched  in  the  order  they  are given (including file:// for
              local directories). Then, the defaults or channels from .condarc
              are  searched (unless --override-channels is given). You can use
              'defaults' to get the default packages for conda,  and  'system'
              to  get  the  system  packages,  which  also takes .condarc into
              account. You can also  use  any  name  and  the  .condarc  chan‐
              nel_alias  value will be prepended. The default channel_alias is
              http://conda.anaconda.org/.

       --override-channels
              Do not search default or .condarc channels. Requires --channel.

       -n ENVIRONMENT, --name ENVIRONMENT
              Name of environment.

       -p PATH, --prefix PATH
              Full path to environment prefix.

       -q, --quiet
              Do not display progress bar.

       --copy Install all packages using copies instead of hard- or soft-link‐
              ing.

       -k, --insecure
              Allow conda to perform "insecure" SSL connections and transfers.
              Equivalent to setting 'ssl_verify' to 'false'.

       --update-dependencies, --update-deps
              Update dependencies. Overrides the value given by `conda  config
              --show update_deps`.

       --no-update-dependencies, --no-update-deps
              Don't  update  dependencies. Overrides the value given by `conda
              config --show update_deps`.

       --channel-priority, --channel-pri, --chan-pri
              Channel priority takes precedence over  package  version.  Over‐
              rides the value given by `conda config --show channel_priority`.

       --no-channel-priority, --no-channel-pri, --no-chan-pri
              Package  version  takes  precedence over channel priority. Over‐
              rides the value given by `conda config --show channel_priority`.

       --clobber
              Allow clobbering of overlapping file paths within packages,  and
              suppress related warnings.

       --show-channel-urls
              Show  channel  urls.  Overrides the value given by `conda config
              --show show_channel_urls`.

       --no-show-channel-urls
              Don't show channel urls. Overrides the  value  given  by  `conda
              config --show show_channel_urls`.

       --download-only
              Solve  an  environment  and ensure package caches are populated,
              but exit prior to unlinking and linking packages into  the  pre‐
              fix.

       --json Report all output as json. Suitable for using conda programmati‐
              cally.

       --debug
              Show debug output.

       --verbose, -v
              Use once for info, twice for debug, three times for trace.

EXAMPLES
              conda install -n myenv scipy



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