If you want to install Pandas on Linux (Ubuntu, Redhat, etc.), but you don't have root access, the installation may take a while. This is just record how I did it.
After trying various kinds of different ways, I finally use one command to install it.
Download Anaconda: http://continuum.io/downloads
Change the download .sh file to be executable. And then simple run it.
Note when you install Pandas on remote server, it will require x-server to show the plot image. This part, however, is hard to do. Luckily it is not essential, as you can use other tools to plot the cvs file Pandas generates.
<pre><code> String foo = "bar"; </code></pre>