How to Check Python Version in Colab?

To check your Python version in Google’s Colab, type !python ‐‐version using the exclamation mark ! operator in your Jupyter Notebook cell and click on the “Run” icon. After a couple of seconds an output like Python 3.9 will appear, depending on the version you’ve installed. In Jupyter notebooks, the exclamation mark ! executes commands … Read more

How to Check the Plotly Dash Version in Python?

How to Check the Plotly Dash Version in the Terminal or Shell (Unix/macOS/Linux/Windows? To check the dash version in your Windows, Unix, macOS, or Linux environment, you can run the command pip list in your terminal or shell and locate the dash output with version information in the format x.y.z (e.g., 2.5.1) Here’s an example … Read more

How to Install importlib-resources in Python?

The Python importlib-resources library is among the top 100 Python libraries, with more than 39,767,653 downloads. This article will show you everything you need to get this installed in your Python environment. Library Link How to Install importlib-resources on Windows? Type “cmd” in the search bar and hit Enter to open the command line. Type … Read more