Note: I'm new to Python and I've never really used external modules like the ones listed below so feel free to let me know if there's anything I could be doing better in order to get my program up and running.
I'm currently working with a python (2.7.x) program that requires the use of the SciPy stack. The previous developer of the program was using Anaconda in order to access all external modules. In my case, I need to be able to run the entire program with a single command. For example:
Will execute myFile.py (which has the following imports):
from numpy import * from pylab import * import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
From what I understand, Anaconda is an IDE that requires you to execute code in a similar way to Visual Studios (i.e. a "Run" button). So my question is:
Is there a way for me to do this directly from the command line?
Note: The reason I'm specifying the use of Anaconda instead of just using the external modules themselves is because on the SciPy website there's constant mention that it's easiest to just use a scientific python distribution like Anaconda or Python(x,y). Ultimately, I'm okay with any solution that allows me to run my program with the above imports.