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I have been trying without success to install the LeCos plug in on QGIS2.0 on my Mac. I originally tried it on QGIS1.8 but was unable to install the dependent packages (PIL,scipy and numpy). I updated to QGIS 2.20 and successfully installed the packages, however I am still unable to install LeCos. THis is the message that comes up:

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The packages are definitely installed because I checked by doing this in python: enter image description here

Has anyone else installed it successfully?

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You probably the one who commented on my blog. Your error is most likely related to wrong packaging and you need to contact the distributor. _ni_support.py is normally included in the scipy python base (tinyurl.com/pco2489), but apparently it was not successfully packaged into the kyngchaos sources –  Curlew Dec 11 '13 at 23:58
    
Yes that's me! Ok great thanks a lot for that info will give it a go and report back. –  Pop Dec 12 '13 at 2:23
    
I thought downloading the packages from other sources might fix the problem. Unfortunately it hasn't. –  Pop Dec 12 '13 at 3:18
    
Alternatively you could try to open a QGIS python shell and install scipy via pip. (gis.stackexchange.com/questions/54674/…). Nathan also posted a guide for Win on his blog -> tinyurl.com/qcdq7fh Don't know if this will work on MAC though... –  Curlew Dec 12 '13 at 15:17

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