If you activate the environment you’re interested in, you can find that answer in the environment variables.
source activate python35 echo $CONDA_PREFIX
conda activate python35 echo %CONDA_PREFIX%
You can also run
conda info --envs, and that will show the paths to all your environments.
To get the path to the instance of python being used by a particular environment, do the following:
source activate python35 which python
conda activate python35 where python
That should return the path you’re looking for.
You can run the command
This will output something like this:
envs directories : C:UsersGeo.localMiniconda3envs C:UsersGeo.condaenvs C:UsersGeoAppDataLocalcondacondaenvs
I have installed conda at C:UsersGeo.localMiniconda3.
Then with the command
conda info -e you get the location of each environment.
(base) C:UsersGeo>conda info -e # conda environments: # miniconda2 C:UsersGeo.condaenvsminiconda2 base * C:UsersGeo.localMiniconda3 anaconda3 C:UsersGeo.localMiniconda3envsanaconda3 ml C:UsersGeo.localMiniconda3envsml
Your environments are located in