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1.14.6
(23 Sep 2018)

All minor versions of NumPy released in the prior 24 months, and at minimum the last three minor versions, are supported. NumPy follows SemVer.

NumPy’s support policy is defined via NEP-29, which is also followed by other tooling in the Scientific Python Ecosystem.

Python Support

All minor versions of Python released 42 months prior, and at minimum the two latest minor versions are supported. Python support is only dropped in a major/minor version, and never on a patch release.

NumPy Python
1.25 3.9+
1.24 3.8+
1.23 3.8+
1.22 3.8+
1.21 3.7+
1.20 3.7+

NumPy stopped supporting Python 3.7 from Dec 26, 2021. Any older releases (1.20, 1.21) still support Python 3.7. Releases made after that only support Python 3.8 and above.

More information is available on the NumPy website.

You should be running one of the supported release numbers listed above in the rightmost column.

You can check the version that you are currently using by running:
python -c "import numpy; print(numpy.__version__)"

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