How to List all Packages installed using pip [Python]

In order to see a list of all packages installed using pip you can use pip list command in the terminal.

Get List of installed pip packages.
Get a List of installed pip packages.

Syntax: pip list [options]

$ pip list
Package                Version
---------------------- --------
attrs                  19.3.0
Automat                0.8.0
beautifulsoup4         4.9.3
pyOpenSSL              19.0.0
pyparsing              2.4.7
PyPrind                2.11.2
pyrsistent             0.15.5
pyserial               3.4
pySmartDL              1.3.4
PyYAML                 5.3.1
requests               2.22.0
requests-unixsocket    0.2.0
simplejson             3.16.0
six                    1.14.0
soupsieve              2.0.1
SpeechRecognition      3.8.1
zipp                   1.0.0
zope.interface         4.7.1
Example with JSON formatted output
$ pip list --format=json

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