Yes I get the same error. I look at rebuilding scipy.
On Tuesday, 25 September 2012 02:51:05 UTC+8, Tony S Yu wrote:
> > wrote:
>> My first guess would the the PYTHONPATH... Could you have a look to see
>> if adding scikits-image root directory makes any difference?
>>> I am trying to run the plot_hog.py demo an I get the error below. If
>>> I copy skimage/feature/hog.py and import form the current working directory
>>> the plot_hog.py runs.
>>> The error seems to be something to do with importing match_template.
>>> Not sure where to start , all packages were installed via macports. Is
>>> this a scikits-image, scipy or a macports issue?
>>> Any help appreciated, error message below.
>>> $ python plot_hog.py
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> File "scikitsHoG.py", line 1, in <module>
>>> from skimage.feature import hog
>>> line 5, in <module>
>>> from .template import match_template
>>> line 4, in <module>
>>> from . import _template
>>> File "_template.pyx", line 36, in init skimage.feature._template
>>> line 198, in <module>
>>> from spline import *
>>> 2): Symbol not found: ___ieee_divdc3
>>> Referenced from:
>>> Expected in: flat namespace
> Hey Brickle,
> Do you get the same error if you just call:
> from scipy import signal
> If so, you may need to rebuild scipy.