Data Analysis with Python Projects - Medical Data Visualizer

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This is currently my issue while trying to run my code:

"The current project’s Python requirement (>=3.7,<4.0) is not compatible with some of the required packages Python requirement:

  • numpy requires Python >=3.9, so it will not be satisfied for Python >=3.7,<3.9

Because no versions of numpy match >1.26.2,<2.0.0
and numpy (1.26.2) requires Python >=3.9, numpy is forbidden.
So, because root depends on numpy (^1.26.2), version solving failed."

I have been trying to update the python but then it doesn’t work and if I change the numpy version as well it also doesn’t work. Please help!

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Data Analysis with Python Projects - Medical Data Visualizer

add these specifications in your pyproject.toml file

[tool.poetry.dependencies]
python = ">=3.7,<4.0"
numpy = "^1.26.2"

[tool.poetry.dependencies.numpy]
python = ">=3.9"

and then run poetry update or poetry install in your terminal to update the dependencies

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Thank you, that worked. I am done with my code but my chart is not generating Please help me figure out what the issue might be.

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You have some PNG images in the files menu. Are those the charts you generated?

Otherwise, since this is a new problem can you please start a new topic with any errors or info (and a link to your replit)?

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Hi - i get the same error and when i have updated the specifications and run the poetry install - it gives me the following error - “Cannot overwrite a value (at line 12, column 32)”

okay, i’ll start a new topic. but no those are how the charts are supposed to look if my code works.

print("Data before plotting:", df_cat_grouped)
  # Check if df_cat_grouped has the expected data
# ... rest of the plotting code

# Inside draw_heat_map() function
print("Filtered data:", df_heat) 
 # Check if df_heat has the expected filtered data
# ... rest of the heatmap plotting code

Insert debugging statements or print commands within the functions (draw_cat_plot() and draw_heat_map() ) to check the flow of the code and inspect the data

Please start a new topic and provide a link to your replit

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That worked thank you!!

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It’s working now so no need for that anymore but thanks!

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Thanks - i have posted as a new topic.

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