DoWhy support Python 3.6+. To install, you can use pip or conda.
Install the latest release using pip.
pip install dowhy
Install the latest release using conda.
conda install -c conda-forge dowhy
If you face “Solving environment” problems with conda, then try conda update –all and then install dowhy. If that does not work, then use conda config –set channel_priority false and try to install again. If the problem persists, please add your issue here.
If you prefer the latest dev version, clone this repository and run the following command from the top-most folder of the repository.
pip install -e .
DoWhy requires the following packages:
- networkx (for analyzing causal graphs)
- matplotlib (for general plotting)
- sympy (for rendering symbolic expressions)
- If you face any problems, try installing dependencies manually.
pip install -r requirements.txt
Optionally, if you wish to input graphs in the dot format, then install pydot (or pygraphviz).
For better-looking graphs, you can optionally install pygraphviz. To proceed, first install graphviz and then pygraphviz (on Ubuntu and Ubuntu WSL).
sudo apt install graphviz libgraphviz-dev graphviz-dev pkg-config ## from https://github.com/pygraphviz/pygraphviz/issues/71 pip install pygraphviz --install-option="--include-path=/usr/include/graphviz" \ --install-option="--library-path=/usr/lib/graphviz/"