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[![eight different python environments](](
The complexity of packaging, as explained by XKCD (Comic by Randall Munroe -- [CC BY-NC 2.5](
[![A comic showing a confusing network of interlinking Python environments. The subtitle reads "My Python environment has become so degraded that my laptop has been declared a superfund site.](](
The complexity of Python environments, as explained by XKCD (Comic by Randall Munroe -- [CC BY-NC 2.5](
One of the common ways that software developers have traditionally tried to solve this problem is using virtual machines (or VMs).
The idea is that on your computer, you've probably got different versions of dependencies that will all interact in different messy ways,
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First let's figure out how to turn this Dockerfile into a container that we can run.
The first step is to get the code --
you can find it in this repository so you can clone it and follow along.
you can find it in [this repository]( so you can clone it and follow along.
The first step to getting this ready to run is `docker build`.
To build an image, you need a Dockerfile, a name for the image, and a context.
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$ docker run my-analyser analyse-data
My Custom Application
height = 1.707529904338
height = 76.956408654431
weight = 76.956408654431
This is very similar to the `hello-world` container that we ran,
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