To create a virtualenv in python 3 type the following command:
python3 -m venv myv
Once the command finishes, you need to run the following command to start your new venv
Now you should see the terminal prompt will start with the name of the virtual env:
(myv) ➜ current_directory
Install your dependencies
pip install pandas pip install bf4 # BeautifulSoup 4
Export python libraries
pip freeze > requirements.txt
Install necessary libraries on another system or on next build
pip install -r requirements.txt
Let's say you have a directory called myproject where you add your python project scripts.
Follow the following steps to add your local virtual environment to your PyCharm:
Click on the right arrow on the same line, and then click on Show All...
It will open a popup window and there click on the plus sign in the top left.
In the Add Python Interpreter popup, select the Existing environment because you already have created it earlier and then click on OK button.