Pandas is a Python Library where you can manipulate data. This post tells you how to install Pandas in CentOs.
Panda’s purpose is to take data analytics decisions. Also, it has easy-to-use data structures and tools for data analytics. On top of that, it is an open-source and BSD-Licencensed library.
During Pandas’s install, in Centos, using the yum install command, I got an error. I searched google, but I didn’t get a suitable answer. So I decided to share with you how to install ‘pandas’ in CentOs quickly.
Steps to Install Pandas
Data ===> Pandas ===> Python
Pandas is a library on Python for data analysis. CentOs is Linux flavor where you can install by the following procedure as given below:
Step:1 Login into CentOs
Step:2 Identity where your Python Pandas package is located on the web.
Do google search…
You will get information on which Pandas package is suitable for your CentOs.
Here, I have used CentOs 7, so the link is:
epel link: http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/7/x86_64/
Step:3 Then in CentOS, issue ‘su’ command.
$su .....>enter Give Password
Step:4 Afterwords you logged into ‘Super user’ directory.
Step:5 You need to issue ‘dhclient’ command.
Step:6 Then you need to install “epel” package by giving the below command
[root@localhost srini]# rpm -Uvh http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/Packages/e/7/x86_64/epel-release*rpm
Note: Whatever is latest package, you can install that package. The ‘*’ means any latest package.
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