[SciPy-User] I'm new..numpy/scipy installation problems plz help!
Tue Oct 30 11:06:02 CDT 2012
Have you tried bundled distributions such as
These distributions include a wealth of precompiled packages with their dependencies and should avoid you the trouble you had
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Objet : [SciPy-User] I'm new..numpy/scipy installation problems plz help!
I'm trying to install matplotlib to do some basic plotting for a wxpython GUI. From what I've read I need to install scipy and numpy as well. I've already got python 2.7 32 bit up and running with wxpython and some other stuff so I want to add the plotting capablity to this. On a clean build I got numpy working by just downloading the prebuilt binaries for python 2.7 32 bit and installed it with the msi installer. This created a numpy folder in site packages and I was able to import it and start using it without any errors. I tried to do the same thing for sci py and no luck. I get an error in aptana studios/eclipse saying it can't find scipy. I've been trying to figure this out for a while now.... Are there any dependencies I need to install? Am I really required to get a compiler and compile all this for windows 7? It seems extremely difficult to get all this working and I'm out of stuff to google. What do I need to do in addition to running the scipy and numpy installers from source forge? I thought you could basically just extract them to site packages, import the modules and away you go but that hans't been the case for me so far.
32 bit python 2.7
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