Deepchecks requires Python 3 and can be installed using pip or conda, depending on the package manager you’re working with for most of your packages.

Local Installation

Using Pip

As a best practice we recommend working on a virtual environment.

The deepchecks package can be installed from PyPi using the following command:

pip install deepchecks --upgrade


Deepchecks is in alpha development, which means that new versions are released on a weekly basis and new features are frequently added. If you experience any unexpected behavior from deepchecks, the first step to troubleshoot is to upgrade to the latest version.

Using Conda

As a best practice we recommend creating a conda environment.

To install the deepchecks package from the conda package manager run

conda install -c deepchecks deepchecks

or, if you already have deepchecks installed and want to update then run

conda update -c deepchecks deepchecks

Installing On Google Colab or on a Kaggle Kernel

Simply run the following command in a notebook cell

!pip install deepchecks --user

Start Working with the Package

Now it’s time to get started with deepchecks!