Feature request #8439
Scipy and QGIS integration failures
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||invalid|
|Easy fix?:||No||Copied to github as #:||17208|
I installed QGIS 1.8.0 using the stand alone package and i have been having problems installing some plugin. I get this massage "Please install scipy (http://scipy.org/) in your QGIS python path". I have tried Anaconda, Winpython and Python x,y, but they all did not solve my problem.
How am I supposed to deal with such a case.
And where exactly am I supposed to install the scipy packages mentioned above in case my failures were as a result of wrong installation directory.
#1 Updated by Giovanni Manghi over 8 years ago
- Resolution set to invalid
- Status changed from Open to Closed
the bug tracker is suited to report issues, not to make questions. Use the users/developers mailing list or gis.stackexchange.com to ask questions.
About your question:
on platforms like Linux and OsX is easy to install such dependencies, on Windows a little less. Anyway scipy is now a dependency of QGIS 2.0 (due in September) so the issue is solved.
If you want to have a copy of qgis 1.8 with scipy you will have to download it manually (look in the pyhton site) and be sure is a version for python 2.7 (the one used by qgis). Then install it. Later you will have to copy a bunch of files from the library installation folder into the qgis installation folder (can't remember now the details).