While at the following Anaconda prompt on a windows machine,
I then executed the following commands.
1. conda create -n siraj-tflearn python=3.5
2. activate siraj-tflearn
3. conda install numpy pandas jupyter notebook matplotlib
4. conda install scipy h5py
5. pip install TFLearn
The installation of the above commands succeeded.
Pycharm still did not recognize these import statements within my file tflearn_demo.py file
from __future__ import division, print_function, absolute_import
from tflearn.data_utils import to_categorical, pad_sequences
from tflearn.datasets import imdb
I located the tflearn packages at the following location
TJH: There should be a way to add the tflearn packages to the environment.
Question 1: How would you go about adding the "tflearn package" to the existing
PyCharm environment considering that
at the above location?
Looking at the attached screen shot, what does the "circular red m" represent in the left Project pane ?