"ModuleNotFoundError: no module named ‘pandas’ ", but I am importing pandas, could you please check, here is link: https://replit.com/@ChocolateCroiss/boilerplate-demographic-data-analyzer#demographic_data_analyzer.py
Try opening the
Shell tab and running:
poetry add pandas
If that fails, try:
pip install pandas
Strange (I tried FP’s answer on a fork). I ran the repl, got
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pandas'.
poetry add pandas and got this:
The following packages are already present in the pyproject.toml and will be skipped: • pandas If you want to update it to the latest compatible version, you can use `poetry update package`. If you prefer to upgrade it to the latest available version, you can use `poetry add package@latest`. Nothing to add.
I still got the error, though.
pip seemed to do something, I didn’t get the initial error but got
Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.py", line 6, in <module> demographic_data_analyzer.calculate_demographic_data() File "/home/runner/plip/demographic_data_analyzer.py", line 6, in calculate_demographic_data df = pd.DataFrame('adult.data.csv') File "/home/runner/plip/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/pandas/core/frame.py", line 817, in __init__ raise ValueError("DataFrame constructor not properly called!") ValueError: DataFrame constructor not properly called!
which could be related to the program.
Is there an update to this? I’m getting module not found error too.
poetry update package or
pip install pandas or
poetry add pandas doesn’t work?
poetry add pandas says it’s already there, run
Worked now after logging out and logging in again, then deleting a couple of forks first (because I read in th forums that this solution worked – but it didn’t).
Now I’m encountering “TypeErrors index should be int or slice not str” in test_…py lines that have self.data [•••] Edited my outputs by forcing them into lists, but no luck. Can’t seem to edit the test_module.py which came with the fork. I don’t understand most of test_…py. Will post in a different thread, if I can’t make it work. Strange puzzle:)
Anyway, thanks for responding!!!
Soo… logging out then in helped?
Yes, plus deleting the other duplicate forks, which I did based on some solutions in the forum. I did both consecutively so I don’t know which action solved it.
Mark that as the solution then.
Can’t, because they aren’t OP.
Qwertyqwerty88 said I can’t mark that as the soluion. Thanks anyway.
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