graphviz conda package is no Python package. It simply puts the graphviz files into your virtual env’s
Library/ directory. Look e.g. for
dot.exe in the
To install the `graphviz` **Python package**, you can use `pip`:
`conda install pip` and `pip install graphviz`.
Always prefer conda packages if they are available over pip packages. Search for the package you need (`conda search pkgxy`) and then install it (`conda install pkgxy`). If it is not available, you can always build your own conda packages or you can try anaconda.org for user-built packages.
Update: There exists now a
python-graphviz package at Anaconda.org which contains the Python interface for the
graphviz tool. Simply install it with
conda install python-graphviz.
(Thanks to wedran and g-kaklam for posting this solution and to endolith for notifying me).
conda install graphviz
Then the python-library for graphviz
gv_pythonis a dynamically loaded extension for python that provides
access to the graph facilities of
conda install python-graphviz
There is also pydot package, which can parse and dump into DOT language, used by GraphViz
conda install pydot
for me the problem was solved by installing another supportive package.
so I installed graphviz package through anaconda
then I failed to import it
after that I installed a second package named
python-graphviz also through anaconda
then I succeeded in importing
graphviz module into my code
I hope this will help someone 🙂