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Python3 packages installation

On 10/10/2018 03:05 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:
>  ? Here, both python-2.7.15 and python3-3.6.6 are installed. Using pip 
> (which
> I understand works with both python versions) I was able to install 
> ipython, matplotlib, numpy, and pandas. They're all in
> /usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages.
>  ? Now I want to install the same packages for python3 so they are are 
> found
> also in /usr/lib64/python3.6/site-packages. I've not found the proper
> command line syntax to do this.
>  ? When I try, for example, 'python3 -m pip install numpy3' the system 
> tells
> me that pip is not available. I want to learn how to manage both series
> since some of the applications I regularly use require python2 while any
> python scripts I now write use python3.
>  ? If there's a document or web site that explains how to manage both
> versions please point me to it.
> Rich

I think you have to first install a package called 'python3-pip'. At 
least that's what I had to do on Ubuntu.

Regards,  Jim