In Python, if you try to import _
pandas_without installing the module using pip, you will get no module named pandas error.
In this tutorial, let’s look at installing the _
pandas_module correctly in different operating systems and solve no module named pandas error.
Pandas are not a built-in module (it doesn’t come with the default python installation) in Python, you need to install it explicitly using the pip installer and then use it.
If you are getting an error installing pip checkout pip: command not found to resolve the issue.
Pandas is distributed through pip as a wheel, which means you need to install wheel first and then pandas:
The recommended way to install the pandas module is using pip or pip3 for Python3 if you have pip installed already.
Using Python 2
$ sudo pip install wheel $ sudo pip install pandas
Using Python 3
$ sudo pip3 install wheel $ sudo pip3 install pandas
Alternatively, if you have easy_install in your system, you can install pandas using the below command.
Using easy install
$ sudo easy_install -U wheel $ sudo easy_install -U pandas
$ yum install python-wheel $ yum install python-pandas
To install pandas module on Debian/Ubuntu :
$ sudo apt-get install python-wheel $ sudo apt-get install python-pandas
In the case of windows, you can use pip or pip3 based on the Python version, you have to install the pandas module.
$ pip3 install wheel $ pip3 install pandas
If you have not added the pip.exe to the environment variable path, you can run the below command in Python 3, which will install the pandas module.
$ py -m pip install wheel $ py -m pip install pandas