In this tutorial, we show you step-by-step how to set up a Python virtual environment on your Mac.

Why Use a Virtual Environment?

A virtual environment allows you to create isolated environments for different Python projects. This helps to avoid conflicts between project dependencies and ensures that each project has its own set of libraries without interfering with the global Python environment.

Step 1: Open Terminal

To begin, open the Terminal on your Mac.

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