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Problem importing matplotlib.pyplot and numpy in python2.7

asked 2022-05-10 21:05:02 -0500

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updated 2022-05-16 12:22:44 -0500

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I face problem while importing matplotlib.pyplot and numpy. I am using python2.7 for psse33 so that I can use dyntools. Tried installing using pip but error pops up. Help please

So I want to plot multiple channel out files so that multiple cases for different channels can be seen as a plot. I use python2.7 for psse33 to utilize dyntools module. But I cannot use numpy and matplotlib as this aren't already installed in pss33 packages. I tried to install using pip install numpy command but error pops up.

I tried using python39 since numpy and matplotlib is already installed. But I cannot proceed further as error is there "dyntools - bad magic number"

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answered 2022-05-16 10:54:51 -0500

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If you want multiple python versions installed, during a python installation, do not 'check' the option to 'set as default' for any python version. To activate a version, open a CMD window, set the environ variable "PYTHONHOME" to the path of the python version to be activated (like PYTHONHOME=c:\python27)

On situations like yours, I would uninstall all python versions and PSSe versions as well, then install them back. Every python installed should allow for adding additional modules using pip, else something went wrong.

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