pip install 'deephyper[analytics]'
or from github:
pip install -e '.[analytics]'
Then to make DeepHyper accessible in a notebook create a new IPython kernel with (before running the command make sure that your virtual environment is activated if you are using one):
python -m ipykernel install --user --name deephyper --display-name "Python (deephyper)"
Now when you will open a Jupyter notebook the “Python (deephyper)” kernel will be available.
Now when openning a generated notebook make sure to use the “Python (deephyper)” kernel before executing otherwise you will not have all required dependencies.