ModuleNotFoundError: No module named sklearn.svm.classes

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named sklearn.svm.classes

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Hi!

  1. For model-builder-plugin-3.2, we support Python38.So you must first install Python 38 .
  2. set environment variables.
  3. In Python38, create a new model and use it to make predictions.

NOTE: Python does not provide any backward compatibility. If you are using the previous model for prediction, then you will get the above error.