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I am trying to get
rgee properly installed for which python is a requirement. I have both an old version of python (2.7) and a new version (3.10) installed on my Mac running Big Sur OS. Installed via homebrew.
I can set the location correctly for python in reticulate using
But when I try something simple like
np <- reticulate::import("numpy", convert = FALSE)
I get the error
Error in py_module_import(module, convert = convert) : ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'numpy'
Running the same code when using python 2.7 (after restarting r session etc.)
works, with warnings of EOL
Warning message: In py_initialize(config$python, config$libpython, config$pythonhome, : Python 2 reached EOL on January 1, 2020. Python 2 compatability be removed in an upcoming reticulate release.
How can I use the up-to-date version of python and still have reticulate running properly?
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