Never use your mac python again, and install all python modules trough the fink/macport and enjoy it taking care dependencies for you. Installing pandas in macports is as simple as: sudo port install py27-pandas. Installing and running Pandas¶ Pandas is a common Python tool for data manipulation and analysis. This task explains how to use Navigator to set up and begin working with Pandas in your choice of terminal, Python, IPython, or Jupyter Notebook. The steps are similar for installing and opening nearly any package. Start Navigator.
Python packages are typically installed from one of two package repositories:
Any Python package you install from PyPI or Conda can be used from R with reticulate.
Each version of Python on your system has its own set of packages and reticulate will automatically find a version of Python that contains the first package that you import from R. If need be you can also configure reticulate to use a specific version of Python.
When installing Python packages it’s typically a good practice to isolate them within a Python environment (a named Python installation that exists for a specific project or purpose). This provides a measure of isolation, so that updating a Python package for one project doesn’t impact other projects.
Install Pandas Python 3.9 Mac
Python Install Pandas Osx
The reticulate package includes functions for creating Python environments (either virtualenvs or conda envs) and installing packages within them. Using virtualenvs is supported on Linux and Mac OS X, using Conda environments is supported on all platforms including Windows.