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  While Anaconda is an environment-level container, Docker (and Singularity below) are OS-level containers. Docker is probably the best method of running Jupyter+pyroot without having to worry about issues like package compilation. Its disadvantage is that it requires administrative access to the host computer system (e.g., your laptop), both to install Docker and to run the Docker container.
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The first step is to install Docker. For Mac and Windows systems, use Docker Desktop; there's a different procedure needed for Linux systems.
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The first step is to install Docker. For Mac and Windows systems, use Docker Desktop; there's a different procedure needed for Linux systems.
  Once Docker is installed and running, you'll be able to download and run a Docker container:
 
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