# python-scipyHow can I check if a certain version of Python is compatible with SciPy?

To check if a certain version of Python is compatible with SciPy, you can use the following steps:

- Check the system requirements for SciPy on the official website. [1]
- Make sure the version of Python you have installed meets the requirements.
- To test the compatibility, you can run the following code:

```
import scipy
print(scipy.__version__)
```

The output of the above code should be the version of SciPy installed on your system.

- Compare the version of SciPy installed with the system requirements.
- If the version of SciPy installed is compatible with the system requirements, then the version of Python is compatible with SciPy.
- If the version of SciPy installed is not compatible with the system requirements, then the version of Python is not compatible with SciPy.
- You can also check the SciPy installation guide for more information. [2]

[1] https://www.scipy.org/install.html [2] https://scipy.org/install.html#installation-guides

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