I remember reading that some packages will not install properly in the qgis
Python programme and that adding new packages could break QGIS. I am not sure
if there is still truth to that. In any case, I have started using Anaconda
Python. It is installed with multiple scientific packages and has a nice GUI
for installing more. Pip is also there for the other packages.
If you do install Anaconda, make sure you DO NOT click the "use Anaconda as
the default Python" during the install. If you do, qgis will try to use the
Anaconda and Qgis will crash. If you make that mistake, you will need to
correct the windows local environment variables.
> Le 7 oct. 2016 à 07:29, Tyler Veinot-2 [via OSGeo.org]
> <ml-node+s1560n5289770...@n6.nabble.com> a écrit :
> Trying to add some modules to python and I didn't want to have multiple
> Python installs on my system; I would like to stick to the C:\Program
> Files\QGIS 2.16\apps\Python27 but I keep getting Python is not a recognized
> internal or external command, I get the same error when I try to install
> packages with pip.
> I was reading that the issue is the spaces in the C:\Program Files part, has
> anyone had a similar issue and know of a fix/work around?
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