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I'm trying to get numpy and matplotlib to run from emacs so I downloaded anaconda. I've got it running on my terminal but I don't know how to run it in an m-x shell. I'm using mac os.

I've considered putting a command for it in .emacs.d/init_bash.sh but I don't know what that command would be or how that would work. How should I go about getting anaconda to work in an m-x shell?

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  • You need to give us more information. If you can run it from a terminal, you should be able to run it from M-x shell. What command do you use from the terminal? What happens when you use the same command in M-x shell?
    – Tyler
    Jan 17 '18 at 1:36
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The problem most likely is that Anaconda is not in your path, you can follow the instructions in the Anaconda installation instructions. Basically all you need to do is add a line to you ~/.bashrc file:

export PATH="<path to Anaconda installation location>/bin:$PATH"

then Anaconda should be accessible from shell mode in Emacs.

You could also check out the Anaconda mode package for Emacs, it is pretty useful.

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Why don't you create an environment and install Emacs from Conda. Your Conda-Emacs will start to use your environment python packages.

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