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PMI - Engines unavailable (Python Scikit-Learn)

Question asked by Ingo Levin on Apr 12, 2018
Latest reply on May 7, 2018 by Mark Hall

Hi, I am on Windows8.1 and have Miniconda3 installed with Python 3.6.

I can verify this on the command line.

C:\Program Files\pdi-ce-8.0.0.0-28\data-integration>python -c "import sys; print (sys.executable);"

>> C:\Users\ingo\Miniconda3\python.exe

 

C:\Program Files\pdi-ce-8.0.0.0-28\data-integration>python -V

>>Python 3.6.0 :: Continuum Analytics, Inc.

 

In it I have numpy, sklearn, pandas and matplotlib installed. They are on the list of returned modules when I run:

python -c "help(\"modules\")"

 

Yet, when I start PDI and try to use a PMI step, it throws an Error that Python Scikit-learn and R are not installed.

What am I doing wrong??

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