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How to write a YAML file with a Blender Python script [duplicate]

I need to write a script that runs on Blender (2.72) and writes a YAML file containing the results. In normal python I would use PyYAML and write something like: <...
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Importing Scipy: “cannot import name oldnumeric”

I have Blender 2.69 for Linux 64bit (using Ubuntu 13.10). I followed the method detailed by @BNewmark to get SciPy working with Blender. I already had SciPy (version 0.13.2) for Python 3 installed ...
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Blender Not Recognizing Additional Python Modules

I am fairly new to both Blender and Python. I am running the latest version of Blender to date (2.9.1), shipped with Python (3.7.7) I am trying to install/import some Python modules that facilitate ...
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How to include my custom function into blender?

How is the simplest way to import/include my custom function to blender ? How to add not using install addons ? I don't need to register it as menu. I just want to be able to run/call my function ...
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How do I Include / add path to blender's python to read extra directory

I get warnings while installing modules with pip from command line and I think this is one of other issues that I must solve to make Tensorflow work with blender ...
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Is there a way to get pixels from image files without loading them into Blender, using only built-in modules?

I'm looking for a way to get image pixels as numpy array from actual image files (.png, .jpeg, .tif, etc.) without loading them into Blender. I know there are tons of image processing modules and ...
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How to import external modules from Blender's scripting tab? [duplicate]

Imagine this simple script below (just a simple example) where I call a javascript file using Naked execute_js. I can run this from my system command line because I installed Naked using pip. ...
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Error message in console “Not using Numba! The simulation could be slow!”

I installed the Tissue add-on, and Numba at the same time. But now when I try to run the reaction-diffusion option in Tissue, it runs really slow (1.6 fps) and I get the error message in the console: &...
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How to examine a collada file loaded in blender ? (Python)

By doing various tests and using bpy.ops.wm.collada_import(), there are compatibility problems between some software with the ...
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Compiling Blender to use system Python

Context: I'm using Ubuntu 19.10 for the moment and the default repository Blender package use the system's Python 3 which is very convenient because I can use my Python modules in my Blender Scripts ...
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Import pymesh issue

I want to use the pymesh library inside Blender because I think it could be fun to play with the functions of pymesh and model in blender in the same time. But I am having some problem... I managed ...
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How to import odeint python module from scipy into blender

I need to import odeint module from scipy.integrate in Blender. I successfully imported scipy...
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How to add matplotlib from python3.6 to Blender? [duplicate]

In Window, I installed python3.6 and, installed matplotlib by commandline: pip install matplotlib After installation, I was running matplotlib in python console, ...
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Need easy method to make SciPy available in my scripts [duplicate]

Thanks for taking notice, but in my original question I stated (I have put the operative part in bold font): "I would like to use SciPy special functions in Blender scripts, e.g: ...
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How to change the python version in blender [duplicate]

I'm using Blender 2.71 and it comes with Python 3.4.0 even though the most recent version is 3.4.1. Is there any way to change this?

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