I’m following a practical machine learning tutorial and I am already stuck on the second video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcI5Vnw0b2c&t=195s
import pandas as pd import Quandl df = Quandl.get('WIKI/GOOGL') print(df.head())
When I run the same code as the man in the video, all I get is
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘pandas’
I’m on Windows 10 using Visual Studio 2017 and I already did
pip install pandas. I have python 3.6.1 installed.
I think you can use conda update pandas and it should get the most current version for you dist.
Or, pip install –update pandas
Also in python 3 quandl will be lowercase.
Edit.. pandas in on ver. 0.21.0 currently.
To make sure that you’re using the same
pip as your
pip with whole
python directory i.e.
C:Program FilesAnaconda3libsite-packages (python 3.6)pip install pandas
This will install the
pandas in the same directory
Or C:Python365pip install pandas Or C:Python27pip install pandas
Python you wand to use and
If you want to use a specific version of Python in
Windows cmd, just add the
path of that
I had a similar problem which I fixed by doing
pip3 install pandas
pip install pandas
I had this problem as well and tried a few different things until I realized my python path under settings.json (python.pythonPath) was incorrect and pointing to the wrong directory. The path should be to where the Python.exe file is under programs.
For python 3.7, type following in CMD:
pip3 install pandas
In my case, I installed
panda instead of
pandas. My installation was missing the last letter
My problem was running pandas from an ipython shell. The error message from the original post kept cropping up, despite having
pandas installed. Then I started reading messages (see below). Installing ipython in the virtual environment didn’t help, BUT deactivating the virtual environment and activating it again did.
➜ ipython /.../python3.10/site-packages/IPython/core/interactiveshell.py:887: UserWarning: Attempting to work in a virtualenv. If you encounter problems, please install IPython inside the virtualenv.