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Calling a Python function from Matlab having problem with NumPy

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Im trying to call a function from Python, using a library called PyRadiomics, the function works good when called from another Python script, but when used on Matlab throws me some errors related to NumPy, im using Python 3.7.
This is the Python code:
import numpy as np
def extractRadiom(Image,Mask):
from radiomics import featureextractor
settings = {'label': 255}
extractor = featureextractor.RadiomicsFeatureExtractor(additionalInfo=True, **settings)
result = extractor.execute(Image, Mask)
return result
Is a fairly simple code, that takes an image and its mask paths and make some calculations on them.
Error using _distributor_init><module> (line 34)
Python Error: ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
Error in __init__><module> (line 140)
from . import _distributor_init
Error in __init__><module> (line 12)
import numpy # noqa: F401
Error in RadiomicsFunc>extractRadiom (line 15)
The line 15 in the code is empty, and whatever I put there throws the error, I think is about the numpy importing, but why it works good when called from another Python script? Maybe it has something to do with the path Matlab takes to import numpy or something.
Edit: translated the error


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Accepted Answer

Santiago Marin
Santiago Marin on 29 Oct 2019
Edited: Santiago Marin on 29 Oct 2019
After trying many things I started Matlab from my anaconda command window in the enviroment where I had the Python 3.7 with numpy and that solved the issue.

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Paul Kuberry
Paul Kuberry on 26 Mar 2020
Another option ( the 2nd part of the accepted answer at ) solves the issue without requiring that you use the anaconda command window.

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