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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
python = ">=3.7,<4.0"
numpy = "^1.26.2"
python = ">=3.9"
and then run
poetry update or
poetry install in your terminal to update the dependencies
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.
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)?
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_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
It’s working now so no need for that anymore but thanks!
Thanks - i have posted as a new topic.