What's the difference between Pycharm and Pycharm for Anaconda? Why is Pycharm for Anaconda not available in JetBrains Toolbox?

What's the difference between Pycharm and Pycharm for Anaconda? Why is Pycharm for Anaconda not available in JetBrains Toolbox?

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I would like to know too. I've been using normal Pycharm with Anaconda distribution. No problem so far. What advantage does Pycharm for Anaconda IDE offer?

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What is “PyCharm for Anaconda”?  Is it a new edition of the product?

No, “PyCharm for Anaconda” is simply a bundle of our normal PyCharm with the Anaconda plug-in pre-installed. As an important note, additionally, it makes Conda the default package manager. This will allow Anaconda users to get up and running and productive as quickly as possible when they get directed to JetBrains.

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Is it the same to have pycharm installed. And Anaconda installed myself?

It seems that anaconda is the default package manager if I set the environment to anaconda.

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Yes, for now it is the same.

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"Anaconda plug-in pre-installed"

Is this pycharm plug-in available only for the Professional Edition? I do not see it as an installable option in my Community edition?

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I don't see it when searching the marketplace while using the Professional Edition either.

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Is PyCharm Professional 201.2.3 different than PyCharm for Anaconda? If not, are there features within PyCharm Professional that improve its use with an Anaconda workflow, for example the 'Anaconda Plug-in' or enabling the default configuration for conda? Additionally, there is no Anaconda plug-in available in the plug-in marketplace, so what gives?

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