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Importing Orange returns “ImportError: no module named orange”
by unadopted in Programming Languages

I'd like to use the Orange package for scientific analysis . Installation on x86_64 Ubuntu 12.04, with Python 2.7.3, went well, using sudo easy_install orange. However, the package doesn't seem to be available for direct use:


11:30:43 leon@t410i:~$ python
Python 2.7.3 (default, Apr 20 2012, 22:39:59)
[GCC 4.6.3] on linux2
Typ

How to Peel an Orange Using a Pampered Chef Orange Peeler
by Anderson in Food & Drink
The Pampered Chef is a company that produces high quality kitchen tools and accessories. It is owned by Berkshire Hathaway and sells its products through independent consultants who often host parties in their homes, or at friends' homes or businesses to showcase Pampered Chef products and give attendees an opportunity to buy them. Products include everything from pots and pans to pizza stones and

Steps to Follow From Orange Seeds to an Orange Tree
by deanschang in Home & Garden
Some varieties of orange tree, particularly sour orange, will produce volunteer trees from dropped fruit and seeds, according to Purdue University. Given the right soil, nutrients, moisture and light, most orange seeds will germinate readily, though only about 75 percent will produce the same kind of fruit as the original tree. Unlike apple or cherry seeds, orange seeds do not require a chilling o

How to Grow Orange Trees from Orange Seeds
by Raghu in Relationships & Family
Growing orange trees from orange seeds is an easy project enjoyed by the whole family. This may not be the best method for starting an orchard, but it is a creative way to show children the magic of growing plants from food they have eaten. This is also a great way to add an interesting house plant to your home. If you live in an area that does not see frost, you can plant the citrus tree outside.

How to Substitute Orange Extract for Orange Peel
by Matias in Food & Drink
Orange extract is made from pure orange oil and is an incredibly versatile ingredient in the kitchen. Used in varying strengths, it can impart a simple underlying note of orange flavor or a tart, citrus punch to anything from candy, ice cream and cake to marinades, vegetables and beverages. Orange peel, or orange zest, is an ingredient often called for in recipes. Fortunately, there's no need for

How to Make Orange Sauce for Orange Chicken
by ChrisMe in Food & Drink
If you're looking for a simple way to spice up your chicken, this flavorful orange sauce will bring a bit of the Far East right into your own kitchen. Orange chicken is a staple of and perennial favorite among those who love Asian cuisine. Add this simple-to-make sauce to pieces of breaded and fried chicken and you will have your own delicious orange chicken in only minutes.Difficulty:EasyInstruct

What Is the Difference Between an Orange Tree and an Orange Bush?
by venom361 in Home & Garden
Common or colloquial names assigned to plants create confusion to actual plant identity. Orange trees yield familiar edible fruits, whereas the orange bush doesn't, but it does display flowers that look and smell like orange tree blossoms. Botanical IdentityOrange trees belong to the genus Citrus. Sweet orange tree is botanically known as Citrus sinensis while the sour orange tree is known as C

Difference Between Bitter Orange & Orange Essence
by tolis626 in Food & Drink
The terms bitter orange and orange essence are frequently used interchangeably, but there are subtle differences between the two. Bitter orange is the fruit of Citrus aurantium (also called the Seville or sour orange) as well as the oil produced from this fruit’s peel. Orange essence is oil made from sweet oranges. CookingSour-tasting bitter oranges are used in many African, Latin and Spa

How to Make Orange Oil From Orange Peels
by Silverforce11 in Home & Garden
Orange oil is a highly versatile, fresh-scented essential oil made from orange rinds. The aromatic oil contains anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant and sedative properties, which provide a multitude of health benefits. The oil is also an effective grime remover and pest repellent. Its zesty taste is wonderful in beverages, desserts and other dishes, and you can even use the oil to scent lotions, cr

Fresh-Squeezed Orange Juice vs. Store-Bought Orange Juice
by sm625 in Food & Drink
No one argues the nutritional value of the raw orange. Like other citrus fruits, it contains necessary nutrients such as vitamins A and C, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and small amounts of amino acids. Many, however, debate the merits of fresh-squeezed orange juice versus store-bought orange juice. While fresh-squeezed orange juice contains fewer additives and a fresher taste, store-bought varie

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