Matplotlib version in Jupyter

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

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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

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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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