Using --no-cache-dir flag in pip install ,make sure dowloaded packages
by pip don't cached on system . This is a best practise which make sure
to fetch ftom repo instead of using local cached one . Further , in case
of Docker Containers , by restricing caching , we can reduce image size.
In term of stats , it depends upon the number of python packages
multiplied by their respective size . e.g for heavy packages with a lot
of dependencies it reduce a lot by don't caching pip packages.
Further , more detail information can be found at
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