PyQtGraph depends on:
- Python 2.7 or Python 3.x
- A Qt library such as PyQt4, PyQt5, PySide, or PySide2
The easiest way to meet these dependencies is with
pip or with a scientific
python distribution like Anaconda.
There are many different ways to install pyqtgraph, depending on your needs:
The most common way to install pyqtgraph is with pip:
$ pip install pyqtgraph
Some users may need to call
pip3 instead. This method should work on all
pyqtgraph is on the default Anaconda channel:
$ conda install pyqtgraph
It is also available in the conda-forge channel:
$ conda install -c conda-forge pyqtgraph
To get access to the very latest features and bugfixes you have three choices:
Clone pyqtgraph from github:
$ git clone https://github.com/pyqtgraph/pyqtgraph $ cd pyqtgraph
Now you can install pyqtgraph from the source:
$ pip install .
Directly install from GitHub repo:
$ pip install git+git://github.com/pyqtgraph/pyqtgraph.git@develop
You can change
developof the above command to the branch name or the commit you prefer.
You can simply place the pyqtgraph folder someplace importable, such as inside the root of another project. PyQtGraph does not need to be “built” or compiled in any way.
Packages for pyqtgraph are also available in a few other forms:
- Debian, Ubuntu, and similar Linux: Use
apt install python-pyqtgraphor download the .deb file linked at the top of the pyqtgraph web page.
- Arch Linux: https://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/any/python-pyqtgraph/
- Windows: Download and run the .exe installer file linked at the top of the pyqtgraph web page: http://pyqtgraph.org