What happened to Enthought Canopy?

What happened to Enthought Canopy?

The Canopy GUI is at end of life. Canopy installers are no longer publicly downloadable. Please see Canopy GUI end of life — transition to the Enthought Deployment Manager (EDM) and Visual Studio Code.

What is Enthought canopy used for?

Open source software Enthought Canopy is a Python for scientific and analytic computing distribution and analysis environment, available for free and under a commercial license.

What kind of Python does Enthought Canopy support?

Welcome to Enthought Canopy! Canopy provides Python 2.7 and 3.5, with easy installation and updates via a graphical package manager of over 450 pre-built and tested scientific and analytic Python packages from the Enthought Python Distribution. These include NumPy, Pandas, SciPy, matplotlib, scikit-learn, and Jupyter / IPython.

What happened to the Enthought Canopy GUI?

The Canopy GUI is at end of life. The final version, 2.1.9, was released in early 2018. Canopy installers are no longer downloadable by the public. They will continue to be available on the Enthought download page, to enterprise customers only (login required), for an extended transitional period.

What is the best alternative to the Enthought Canopy GUI?

To replace the Canopy GUI, a good basic IDE is Microsoft’s free, open-source, extensible, multi-platform Visual Studio Code (VS Code) — not to be confused with Microsoft’s commercial Visual Studio). See Using Visual Studio Code as an IDE with the Enthought Deployment Manager.

What is the package manager in canopy?

Canopy’s Package Manager makes it easy to discover and manage the Python packages available with your Canopy subscription. It provides a convenient way to: find available packages and install them into your Canopy User Python or EPD environment view, update, and remove installed packages