How to find packages installed using pip?

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I have installed python on my Ubuntu. Some packages come pre-installed with Ubuntu and some I have installed using pip. Is there a way to know only those packages that were installed using pip.
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Yes, you can find the packages installed using pip. You can use the following command for it:

pip freeze
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