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Should I switch from Anaconda/Spyder to Pycharm?

Hello everyone,

I keep seeing people saying how good Pycharm is. I've been using Anaconda/Spyder for the last year since starting with Python and I'm pretty happy with it.

I've started Pycharm up a couple of times, but what always stops me from going further the need to install all the common libraries. Anaconda comes with dozens of common libraries already included, so I almost never need to install anything new. With Pycharm I'd have to install everything separately which just seems a bit annoying.

Or, have I mistunderstood? How do you all handle it?

Any help will be appreciated!

Adam77 1 year ago
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