Hi! I was wondering if any python aficionados might be able to give me a hand. I’ve been following Matthew Ragan’s great tutorial on using external python libraries. (TD Summit 2019 | External Python Libraries — MIR) I followed along had no problems using the qrcode library shown in the tutorial.
I’m now trying to use a different library: pandas-datareader. I installed it in the same way but I get an error importing it (see screenshot).
I have read that ‘typing.Literal’ is only available in Python 3.8 and up. (https://stackoverflow.com/…/importerror-cannot-import…) so I tried importing it from the ‘typing-extensions’ module. ‘typing_extensions.Literal’ imports fine, but I still run into the error when importing ‘pandas-datareader’.
On the system command line (I’m using Python 3.7.2 to match Touchdesigner’s version), I can import and use ‘pandas-datareader’ without issue (and without needing to import any extra modules)
While researching the issue, I found several other modules that would suit my needs, but they all fail to import with the same error message.
I’m almost out of ideas – any suggestions would be very welcome.