Help:No module named 'openfermionpyscf'


Hi @RX1!

From the OpenFermion-PySCF GitHub I see that you first need to install pyscf.

For this you can just pip install pyscf. I would suggest that you do this in a virtual environment so that you don’t run into problems later on with other projects. Here’s a conda cheat sheet that can be useful for managing virtual environments.

Once you have created the virtual environment and installed pyscf be sure to follow the instructions here, to install OpenFermion-PySCF either in development mode or in user mode.

You can then install other libraries and frameworks such as PennyLane.

Please let me know if this solves your problem!