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 Lime for regression interpretability
Hi everyone,

I am trying to pip install lime for regression interpretability but am getting the following error in Anaconda prompt:

ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement lime (from versions: none)
ERROR: No matching distribution found for lime

The package is a PyPl file tho:

Has anyone come across this issue before?

the author hasn't even supplied
author's GitHub repository has more documentation here:

Have you tried installing with conda?
Yes I have tried conda install lime, I get a different error but it does not work. I also tried the setup file in the link you provided, by running the code in jupyter notebook but got an error.
Can't find a wheel, but there is a tar file here:
I installed it on my Linux system, running python 3.8.1 without a hitch using pip.

which version of python is being used by your anaconda system, on which OS?
Backing up, are you sure you need Lime and can't get what you want from Scikit-learn?
I cannot find anything in Scikit-learn that shows variables predicative power. Anyone else know?

On another note I can install lime on my personal computer. I think my work python has been compromised by me trying to get round the firewall and installing more packages.

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