1. Create the new environment in the lab share
conda create --prefix /gpfs/data/im-lab/nas40t2/bin/envs/env_name 
  1. Activate the new environment
conda activate env_name
  1. Install whatever you want in your new environment. Also because the environment is in the labshare, anyone can use it just by calling
conda install <software>
conda activate /gpfs/data/im-lab/nas40t2/bin/envs/env_name


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  title = "Creating Environments in CRI",
  author = "Natasha Santhanam",
  year = "2020",
  journal = "ImLab Notes",
  note = "/post/2020/11/13/creating-environments-in-cri/"