In this short tutorial, We will show you how to import Python package into Julia on Windows 10.
Python was released in 1991 with a vision of creating a general-purpose programming language. Julia language was launched in 2012 ( Julia 1.0 Version).
To get started on windows, you need to install Julia language and Jupyter notebook.
After completing the Julia installation, you just connect with each other for coding purposes.
For this tutorial, we will be using the Jupyter Notebook for screenshots and examples on Windows 10.
We recommend using free Anaconda Distribution.
Steps to Import Python Package into Julia on Windows
In this section, we will show you how to import Python package into Julia.
Follow the below steps to import Python package into Julia on Windows 10.
Step #1 Open Jupyter Notebook IDE
To open the Jupyter Notebook, you need to select anaconda navigator from the start menu.
Below is the screenshot of Anaconda Navigator.
Step #2: Download and Install Julia on Windows
Now, you open the notebook. To open the Jupyter notebook, click on the Launch button.
After opening the Jupyter notebook, select Julia 1.4.1. Here, we have downloaded and installed Julia 1.4.1 version. Julia Programming language is as fast as C language.
The following window will appear:
Step #3: Python Package Installation
Here, you install and add the PyCall package using Jupyter.
Once the commands are executed, it will install PyCall along with its dependencies.
Below is the screenshot of the installation.
Let us check things are configured correctly.
Here, we write a simple code to check the setup.
We will use the NumPy Python package for the sake of the experiment.
This is a fast and flexible package for numerical computing in Python.
Hopefully this short article was useful to you !