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.
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.
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!