Pandas is an open source python library that allows you to do manipulation mostly on numeric tables, columns. You can manipulate the CSV data, time-series data, and e.t.c. using it. It is the most used library in machine learning and deep learning. But as a beginner, you will find difficulty in installing Pandas Library in Pycharm. Therefore I have come with the step by step guide to install Pandas in Pycharm. You will know how to install pandas in Pycharm and how to check the version of it.
Let’s assume the case when you type import pandas as pd. Then you will see the underline error like this. It means you have not installed the panda’s packages. You have to install it before continuing using it. You will get like this.
How to Install Pandas in Pycharm?
Step 1: Go to File and click Setting. You will see the windows with so many options to click.
Step 2: Click on the Project. You will find two options Project Interpreter and Project Structure. Click on the Project Interpreter.
Step 3: You will see the list of all the packages that are already installed. Click on the “+” sign that is in the right of the window and search for the Pandas.
Step 4: Select the Package with the named Pandas ( https://pandas.pydata.org/) and click on the Install Package.
You have successfully installed Pandas and there will be no error.
Sometimes installing with the above steps gives error ” Error occurred when installing Package pandas“. Then you have to install using the terminal of the Pycharm. Click on the terminal available below. and type the following command.
pip install pandas
This will install the packages successfully.
How to check the version of Pandas?
To check the version of the pandas installed use the following code in Pycharm.
import pandas as pd print(pd.__version__)
Even after following all the steps given here, you are unable to install pandas in Pycharm then you can contact us for more help. You can also message to our official Data Science Learner Facebook Page.
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