Difference: Conda (8 vs. 9)

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  Both conda and pip are package managers. It's important to recognize that they are different package managers.
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It's common for python, as a package, to be included in a conda environment. If you're going to use pip within a conda environment, then the python package must be included in the conda environment. If you don't do this, the native CentOS 7 version of pip will be used, which works with an old version of python, and whose effects will not affect the conda environment.
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It's common for python, as a package, to be included in a conda environment. If you're going to use pip within a conda environment, then the python package must be included in the conda environment. If you don't do this, the native CentOS 7 version of pip will be used, which works with an old version of python, and whose effects will not affect the conda environment.
  It's best to stick with conda to install any packages. If a given package (e.g., biopython) is available via conda, it's better to use conda install biopython than pip install biopython. Once you use pip to install a package, only use pip to update that package or anything that depends on that package.
 
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