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Import Python libraries in RoboDK
#1
Hi, I am trying to import the following libraries in a Python script in RoboDK but am unsure how to do so: pyrealsense2, opencv, detecto, tensorflow, numpy, and matplotlib. All of the libraries are installed on my computer. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!
#2
If you only have one python installation (installed with RoboDK) in your computer it is as simple as writing:
Code:
import pyrealsense2, opencv, detecto, tensorflow , numpy, and matplotlib


If you have more than one installation you can temporarily add the libraries it to your path with something like this
Code:
import sys
sys.path.append(module_path) #you need to know where your module is located.

However, it might be easier to change the RoboDK python interpreter  by going to Tools ➜ Options and in the Python tab changing the option of Python interpreter to your prefered python path. 
You can install the Robodk API by runnning pip install robodk in a terminal
  




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