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-# Set up Python3 Environment and Pip3 
-## Date: Thu Sep 13 10:07:00 EDT 2018 
  
-Brief tutorial on using Python3 and Pip3 on the server. This is based on  
-the more extensive tutorial available on [Digital Ocean][1]. 
- 
-## To install and set up 
- 
-After logging in, assuming you're in your home directory: 
- 
-Make your environment directory: 
- 
-``$ mkdir environments`` 
- 
-Change to it: 
- 
-``$ cd environments/`` 
- 
-Create the environment: 
- 
-``$ python3 -m venv my_env`` 
- 
-Check it out: 
- 
-``$ ls my_env/`` 
- 
-Activate it: 
- 
-``$ source my_env/bin/activate`` 
- 
-Create a basic Python3 program: 
- 
-``$echo "print('Hello world')" >> hello.py`` 
- 
-Run it: 
- 
-``$ python hello.py`` 
- 
-Delete it, if you wish: 
- 
-``$ rm hello.py``  
- 
-When you're done working in your environment, deactivate it: 
- 
-``$ deactivate`` 
- 
-## Post Setup 
- 
-After you've set things up, you just need to activate, do some Python, and  
-then deactivate it when you want to do some Python programming: 
- 
-``$ source my_env/bin/activate`` 
- 
-Do some Python programming. 
- 
-And when done: 
- 
-``$ deactivate`` 
- 
-[1]:https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-python-3-and-set-up-a-local-programming-environment-on-ubuntu-16-04 
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