Hello, thank you for downloading the Intel Distribution for Python.
What operating system are you using?
In order to be able to import any module that comes with the distribution, you need to make sure the directory for python and Scripts are in your PATH. Please see the Release Notes found in this forum and see the section "Installing this release".
If you still can't import NumPy after adding the Installation and Scripts directories to your PATH, please let me know.
i am using windows 8.1 64bit on i7
i have followed the instructions in release notes to add to path (both user and system)
i have restarted my laptop
but i still get error
>>> import numpy
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<pyshell#1>", line 1, in <module>
ImportError: No module named 'numpy'
How did you set the PATH?
If you set it through a command line by typing 'set PATH=<install_Directory>;%PATH%', then this will be only temporary and disappears once you exit the window where you run the command. If you set it on the environment variables settings on Windows, then you should make sure you are adding the install directories at the beginning of the PATH so it takes precedence over other Python installations on your system.
Remember you need to add the python and Scripts directory to your PATH.
Let me know if this helps.
both my user and systems path are permanently set with these values
C:\Program Files\Intel\python35;C:\Program Files\Intel\python35\Scripts
i set them using
Run the following to add to the User PATH: python Scripts\intelsetup.py --path
Run the following to add to the System PATH: python Scripts\intelsetup.py –syspath
i have found the solution
i have to start command prompt with administrator priviledge, from there start python
note: running python as administrator (right click on the start menu python 3.5 (64 bit) doesn't work