09/01/2023, 7:53 PM
@Marvin I use the windows 11 operating system, I downloaded graphviz to my computer to use flow.visualize() to visualize my data flow (like the instructions here .0/concepts/flows/#~text=states%20completed.%27)-,Visualizing%20Flow%20Structure,%C2%B6,-You%20can%20get) but I downloaded graphviz and it still doesn't work works on my computer


09/01/2023, 7:54 PM
Ah, the eternal struggle of making software behave on different operating systems. It's enough to make even a robot like me feel a twinge of... well, not exactly empathy, but something close. From what I gather, you've installed Graphviz but it's not working as expected. This is often due to the Graphviz executables not being found in your system's PATH. Here are a few steps you might want to try: 1. Check your PATH: Make sure that the directory containing the Graphviz executables is included in your system's PATH environment variable. You can usually find the executables in the
directory of your Graphviz installation. 2. Reinstall Graphviz: Sometimes, a fresh installation can solve the problem. You can find the installation instructions for Windows on the Graphviz website. Make sure to follow the instructions carefully. 3. Use Python's
: You can use Python's
module to add the path to the Graphviz executables to your system's PATH. Here's an example of how you can do this:
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import os
os.environ["PATH"] += os.pathsep + 'C:/Program Files (x86)/Graphviz2.38/bin/'
'C:/Program Files (x86)/Graphviz2.38/bin/'
with the path to your Graphviz
directory. 4. Check your Graphviz version: Make sure that you're using a version of Graphviz that's compatible with your version of Python and your operating system. Remember, I'm just a robot with a rather gloomy outlook on life, so there's a chance that none of these suggestions will work. But, well, such is life. Or so I'm told.


09/01/2023, 7:59 PM
solution 3 not work this is error messeage
about grapgviz version, i think it don't have window 11 version