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  • A conda environment can take up a lot of disk space, since it not only installs the packages you list, but any other packages that they depend on. On my desktop computer, the minimal Jupyter/ROOT container described above takes up 3G. This may not seem like much, but summer students at Nevis have a disk quota of 10G. It’s possible to run into disk-space problems, especially if you’re sharing disk space with other users, if you add more packages to your environment, or begin to define multiple environments for different projects.
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  • Anaconda changes your shell’s execution environment. It may be incompatible with other environment setups (such as MicroBooNE’s LArSoft, ATLAS’ Athena, or Nevis’ module load command).
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  • Anaconda changes your shell’s execution environment. It may be incompatible with other environment setups (such as MicroBooNE’s LArSoft, ATLAS’ Athena, or Nevis’ module load command).
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  • Your shell’s prompt will be changed by conda. Even when you’re not using conda, the text (base) will appear at the beginning of the prompt. If this doesn’t bother you, then ignore it. If it does, you can try:
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