How to use a Python file in Matlab?

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rahul venkat karuparthi
rahul venkat karuparthi on 17 Sep 2021
Edited: Ravi Narasimhan on 18 Sep 2021
I am trying to use a Python file containing lot of functions in Matlab. When i tried running it using system(python ' '), I am unable to run the file as i am using numpy in Python file. I am using Numpy to find roots() of a cubic equation. Is there any other way to find the roots without importing from Numpy or How will I be able to use Numpy in Matlab?
I am getting ModuleNotFoundError*

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Ravi Narasimhan
Ravi Narasimhan on 18 Sep 2021
Matlab offers a roots function to compute roots of polynomial (help roots). Is there some reason that won't work for you?
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Ravi Narasimhan
Ravi Narasimhan on 18 Sep 2021
Do you have numpy in your Python distribution? Does your Python code work if you invoke it outside of Matlab?
An alternate approach is to use Matlab to read in your Python file, extract the polynomial coefficients, and use Matlab's roots() function.

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