no module name pmadarima

Solution for no module name pmadarima
is Given Below:

On installing pip install pmdarima via command prompt as admin, I get the below message as successful installation.

Requirement already satisfied: patsy>=0.5 in c:usersusernameappdatalocalprogramspythonpython39libsite-packages (from statsmodels!=0.12.0,>=0.11->pmdarima) (0.5.1)

But unable to work on it via Jupyter, get the below error on running

import pmdarima as pm

from pmdarima.model_selection import train_test_split

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pmdarima'

When you do pip install, you’re using your system’s default python. You can have multiple versions of Python installed on the same computer.

For example, on my Mac if I do python in the terminal that opens Python 2. If I do python3 in the terminal, that opens Python 3.

When I do pip install numpy, it will install it to Python 2 by default. A program running in Python 3 will not be able to find that package.

To get it working for Python 3, I would do python3 -m pip install numpy. This uses the pip belonging to the right Python interpreter.

What is most likely happening here is that your Jupyter notebook is using a different Python interpreter. Try doing the install inside the notebook itself in a cell and that should work.