## Question or problem about Python programming:

How can I check which version of NumPy I’m using?

(FYI this question has been edited because both the question and answer are not platform specific.)

## How to solve the problem:

### Solution 1:

import numpy numpy.version.version

### Solution 2:

>> import numpy >> print numpy.__version__

### Solution 3:

From the command line, you can simply issue:

python -c "import numpy; print(numpy.version.version)"

Or:

python -c "import numpy; print(numpy.__version__)"

### Solution 4:

Run:

pip list

Should generate a list of packages. Scroll through to numpy.

... nbpresent (3.0.2) networkx (1.11) nltk (3.2.2) nose (1.3.7) notebook (5.0.0) numba (0.32.0+0.g139e4c6.dirty) numexpr (2.6.2) numpy (1.11.3) <-- numpydoc (0.6.0) odo (0.5.0) openpyxl (2.4.1) pandas (0.20.1) pandocfilters (1.4.1) ....

### Solution 5:

You can also check if your version is using MKL with:

import numpy numpy.show_config()