I have installed Python via Anaconda using the doc at http://www.kevinsheppard.com/images/0/09/Python_introduction.pdf and my Pandas version is 0.13.1.
However, since I presently have some issue with this version (no possibility to really calculate the mean using resample with DataFrame) I would like to know how I can quickly upgrade my version to 0.14.
I use to work with ‘Python for Data Analysis from Wes McKinney’ but I would like to know if it will not be worth to use eclipse for debugging (even if there are bugs with some eclipse version for the installation of PyDev) and how I can use it jointly with anaconda without any conflict.
conda update pandas in your preferred shell (on Windows, use cmd; if Anaconda is not added to your PATH use the Anaconda prompt). You can of course use Eclipse together with Anaconda, but you need to specify the Python-Path (the one in the Anaconda-Directory).
See this document for a detailed instruction.
The answer above did not work for me (python 3.6, Anaconda, pandas 0.20.3). It worked with
conda install -c anaconda pandas
Unfortunately I do not know how to help with Eclipse.
pip3 install --user --upgrade pandas