ImportError: No module named ‘spacy.en’ error occurs in Python when the “spacy library is not installed on your system.”
How to fix it?
To fix the ImportError: No module named ‘spacy.en’ error, install the “spacy” library in your system.
pip install spacy
Once spaCy is installed, you should be able to run my code without any errors.
If you are using an older version of spaCy, the spacy.en module might not be available. You should update to the latest version.
The way to import spacy has changed in more recent versions. Traditionally, you would use:
import spacy nlp = spacy.load('en')
Common reasons for the error
- Older Version: If you are using an older version of spaCy, the spacy.en module might not be available. You should update to the latest version.
- Language Model not Installed: If spacy is installed but the English language model is not, you need to download it using python -m spacy download en.
- Environment Issues: You might be running your code in an environment where spacy or its English model is not installed. Make sure that you’ve activated the correct Python environment.
- Python Path: Sometimes, the Python path could be an issue. Make sure you are running the script with the Python interpreter in which spacy is installed.