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Using pyplot for a remote server in VS

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Hobson Carion

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Currently trying to get started with VS Code for my research group. I connected to a remote host via SSH and I'm trying to get Python up and running. I'm particularly interested in importing pyplot. I use anaconda as the interpreter for my local machine and it works fine, but the remote host doesn't have this option and I don't have permission to alter anything on it. Attached is the Python terminal after running the code to import the modules.

To be quite frank, I'm at a loss for what to try as far as a fix goes. Coding and computer programming have never been strong areas for me, so I would immensely appreciate any help!
<p>Currently trying to get started with VS Code for my research group. I connected to a remote host via SSH and I'm trying to get Python up and running. I'm particularly interested in importing pyplot. I use anaconda as the interpreter for my local machine and it works fine, but the remote host doesn't have this option and I don't have permission to alter anything on it. Attached is the Python terminal after running the code to import the modules.<a href="https://i.sstatic.net/gwGlfJaI.png" rel="nofollow noreferrer"></a></p>
<p>To be quite frank, I'm at a loss for what to try as far as a fix goes. Coding and computer programming have never been strong areas for me, so I would immensely appreciate any help!</p>
 

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