[AstroPy] command shell to start up ipython

John ZuHone jzuhone at gmail.com
Mon Dec 9 16:45:39 EST 2013


Hi Foad,

Are you trying to run ipython from *within* python or from the windows command prompt? ipython is a command that must be run from the windows command line, which starts up the ipython interactive python environment. 

Best,

John

On Dec 9, 2013, at 3:52 PM, foad hanassi-savari <foadhanassi-savari at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have a trivial question. I am trying to open ipython in the anaconda command prompt (in windows 7 64-bits).
> I am currently doing the python for astronomers introductory course onastropython.org. I have already upgraded ipython and the packages  like astropy, aplpy etc and they work fine. At the moment I'm on the 'take your python for a spin!' section but cannot start up ipython in the command prompt. I have installed 7-zip and have untar-ed the file.
> Simply running %pylab doesn't work, I have tried so many different commands and non works for me. Can anyone help me please?
> 
> Thank you,
> Foad
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