For anyone that uses the KX Machine Learning repos (Toolkit/AutoML/NLP)
the following is relevant. Added to this group as the implications of
the change may be seen anywhere these repos or select functionality is
used extensively.Today we released an...
Hi Simon,Assigning q objects to be accessible from functions defined in
the Python side of the API requires you to set the objects. In the case
you're describing where you want to run p)print(tbl1)You would need to
run this in the following steps:// ...
following the instruction guide using pip. By this do you mean using
conda? Installing Python from source is probably more accurate, if you
installed Python via conda this issue is much less common. Our
suggestion is that you install everything withi...
Hi, Could you please provide some more information about you're
environment? - What version of Python are you running? - How did you
install embedPy and JupyterQ? The FAQ section of embedPy outlines some
potential reasons for this problem
Hi, I don't know if this is still an issue but, in step 7 your
installation indicates that QHOME could not be found? can you run export
QHOME=/path/to/q/folder and see if that fixes the issue? All the best,
Hi,The libpython error as displayed in the output of your loading of p.q
indicates that embedPy has not been able to access the libpython.so that
is required to initialise the interface.As outlined here
https://code.kx.com/q/ml/embedpy/faq/ this erro...