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ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'matplotlib'

ffa
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I launched a terminal in jupyter environment. Also created a conda environment and install all the packages. But I am getting module not found error. 

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Hari_B_Intel
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Hi ffa,

 

For Intel DevCloud for the edge, we are encouraged to use JupyterLab rather than directly execute in the terminal due to the virtual environment in JupyterLab provides almost all the libraries required for OpenVINO.

 

Once on the Intel® DevCloud pages,

Click on "OpenVINO Work with Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit".

Scroll down, and you should see "Get Started with JupyterLab." 

Click on "Get Started with JupyterLab," and you will see the images attached below,

 

Hari_B_Intel_0-1669131758086.png

 

To get started with the new JupyterLab, scroll down to New Notebooks

Click on any preferred Jupyter Notebooks that suit your application.

In Jupyter Notebooks, you can write your code or launch your test files. 

For more information, feel free to refer to View Tutorials

 

I hope this information helps you.

 

Thank you

 

 

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RemyaP_Intel
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Hi,


Thank you for posting in Intel Communities.


Could you please tell us which DevCloud you are using? Is it DevCloud for OneAPI/Edge/FPGA?


Regards,

Remya Premdas


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ffa
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Hi Remya,

 

I am begineer and don't know much. How can I find out which one I am using?

 

I just went to https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/developer/tools/devcloud/overview.html and selected jupyter environment. And launched a terminal.

 

 

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ffa
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I think its edge

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Hari_B_Intel
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Hi ffa,

 

For Intel DevCloud for the edge, we are encouraged to use JupyterLab rather than directly execute in the terminal due to the virtual environment in JupyterLab provides almost all the libraries required for OpenVINO.

 

Once on the Intel® DevCloud pages,

Click on "OpenVINO Work with Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit".

Scroll down, and you should see "Get Started with JupyterLab." 

Click on "Get Started with JupyterLab," and you will see the images attached below,

 

Hari_B_Intel_0-1669131758086.png

 

To get started with the new JupyterLab, scroll down to New Notebooks

Click on any preferred Jupyter Notebooks that suit your application.

In Jupyter Notebooks, you can write your code or launch your test files. 

For more information, feel free to refer to View Tutorials

 

I hope this information helps you.

 

Thank you

 

 

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Hari_B_Intel
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Hi


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