conda install

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       conda - conda install

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

       [--file FILE] [--no-deps] [-m] [--use-index-cache]
              [--use-local]   [--offline]  [--no-pin]  [-c  CHANNEL]  [--over‐
              ride-channels] [-n ENVIRONMENT | -p PATH] [-q] [--copy] [--clob‐
              ber]       [-k]       [--alt-hint]       [--update-dependencies]
              [--no-update-dependencies]   [--channel-priority]    [--no-chan‐
              nel-priority]   [--show-channel-urls]   [--no-show-channel-urls]
              [--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,  bitar‐
       ray=0.8)  and installs a set of packages consistent with those specifi‐
       cations and compatible with the underlying environment. If full compat‐
       ibility  cannot be assured, an error is reported and the environment is
       not changed.

       Conda attempts to install the newest versions of  the  requested  pack‐
       ages.  To accomplish this, it may update some packages that are already
       installed, or install additional packages. To prevent 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  pre‐
       vent additional dependency packages from being installed.

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

       conda  can  also  be called with a list of explicit conda package file‐
       names (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 cau‐
       tion. Explicit filenames and package specifications cannot be mixed  in
       a single command.

   positional arguments:
              Packages to install into 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.

              Only display what would have been done.

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

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

              Do not install dependencies.

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

              Use cache of channel index files.

              Use locally built packages.

              Offline mode, don't connect to the Internet.

              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

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

              Name of environment (in envs dirs).

       -p PATH, --prefix PATH
              Full   path   to   environment   prefix   (default:   root  pre‐

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

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

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

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

              Use an alternate algorithm to generate an unsatisfiability hint.

       --update-dependencies, --update-deps
              Update dependencies (default: True).

       --no-update-dependencies, --no-update-deps
              Don't update dependencies (default: False).

       --channel-priority, --channel-pri, --chan-pri
              Channel priority takes precedence over package version (default:
              True). Note: This feature is in beta and may change in a  future

       --no-channel-priority, --no-channel-pri, --no-chan-pri
              Package version takes precedence over channel priority (default:
              False). Note: This feature is in beta and may change in a future

              Show channel urls (default: True).

              Don't show channel urls.

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

              Show debug output.

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

              conda install -n myenv scipy

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