Installing package not found in conda

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I'm using python 3.6 as anaconda, and I'm trying to install python-twitter package. But there is no package compatible from conda manager.

How do I download the package outside conda manager in order to use it later with jupyter notebook? Please help me with a solution!
Jul 31, 2019 in Python by ana1504.k
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You can install pip in your conda env and then run pip install python-twitter.

Hope this helps!

answered Jul 31, 2019 by SDeb
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thanks it worked
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