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Discussion on: JupyterLab in a virtual environment

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Joe Neville Author

Hi, I'm running macOS 10.15.7.
I've just run through the commands as posted above and it works for me. Not particularly helpful for you, I understand.
“ModuleNotFoundError” looks like a Python error, it should have an additional message that tells you which module is missing.

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Erik van Gameren

Well, all the modules are missing, it seems that python looks in the wrong directory?

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Joe Neville Author

Sounds like you have not activated the virtual environment, if you had, then there would be a local python interpreter and the required dependencies i.e. those modules.
When you run this a second time, you need to start at step 4 and activate the virtual environment again.

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Erik van Gameren

And, if I have followed your instructions above and have installed Jupyter Lab, how do I handle the second time when I open Terminal?