I don?t know if this is the place to ask but why is the matplotlib version in my Jupyter different from that in numpy? I have 1.5 installed but Jupyter imports 1.4.3.

Thanks

Jo?o

I don?t know if this is the place to ask but why is the matplotlib version in my Jupyter different from that in numpy? I have 1.5 installed but Jupyter imports 1.4.3.

Thanks

Jo?o

You probably have to supply some more details to figure out what is going

on. I assume that you mean ipython and not numpy?

Jupyter can run several different kernels with different versions of python

so it could be a different version of python?

The easies way to figure out where python imports a library from is to do

something like

import matplotlib

print(matplotlib.__file__)

that will tell you the part to the top level file of the installation. Can

you try that and report back the result?

best

Jens

On Thu, 10 Dec 2015 at 21:29 Joao Fonseca <joao.q.fonseca at gmail.com> wrote:

I don?t know if this is the place to ask but why is the matplotlib version

in my Jupyter different from that in numpy? I have 1.5 installed but

Jupyter imports 1.4.3.Thanks

Jo?o

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Glad that you figured it out.

For future reference the output of `jupyter --data-dir` and `jupyter

--config-dir`

may be helpful for figuring out where jupyter stores its config files and

kernels. I guess that you had a Jupyter kernel which ran with your old

canopy python installation

best

Jens

On Thu, 10 Dec 2015 at 22:25 Joao Fonseca <joao.q.fonseca at gmail.com> wrote:

Fixed it. I removed all canopy files, then had to reinstall the ipython

kernel, although just reinstalling the kernel would have probably done the

trick. Thanks for your help, anyway.

> On 10 Dec 2015, at 21:36, Jens Nielsen <jenshnielsen at gmail.com> wrote:

>

> You probably have to supply some more details to figure out what is

going on. I assume that you mean ipython and not numpy?

> Jupyter can run several different kernels with different versions of

python so it could be a different version of python?

>

> The easies way to figure out where python imports a library from is to

do something like

>

> import matplotlib

> print(matplotlib.__file__)

>

> that will tell you the part to the top level file of the installation.

Can you try that and report back the result?

>

> best

> Jens

>

>

> On Thu, 10 Dec 2015 at 21:29 Joao Fonseca <joao.q.fonseca at gmail.com> > wrote:

> I don?t know if this is the place to ask but why is the matplotlib

version in my Jupyter different from that in numpy? I have 1.5 installed

but Jupyter imports 1.4.3.

>

> Thanks

>

> Jo?o

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