Dear Lauriane,

The problem is that the installer failed to prepend the new python PATH to your .bash_profile , resulting in the commands (python, pip) to be executed with your "machine python" not the one you just installed. Then, pip install msnoise will search your system, won't find obspy, and will try to install it...

So, just see the lines below, edit the PATH line in your .bash_profile or .bashrc and start a new terminal. When typing "python" your should see an Anaconda/Python 3.5 console. Then pip install msnoise should work smoothly.

Best regards,


On 08/08/2017 08:33, Lauriane Chardot (Dr) wrote:
Prepending PATH=/Users/lchardot/Documents/obspy/bin to PATH in 
A backup will be made to:/Users/lchardot/.bash_profile-obspy.bak

For this change to become active, you have to open a new terminal.

./ line 374: /Users/lchardot/.bash_profile: 
Permission denied

Dr. Thomas Lecocq
Geologist - Seismologist

Seismology - Gravimetry
Royal Observatory of Belgium

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