To install Kaskada, you need to be using Python >= 3.8. We suggest using 3.11 or newer, since that provides more precise error locations.

Installing Kaskada
pip install kaskada

Depending on you Python installation and configuration you may have pip3 instead of pip available in your terminal. If you do have pip3 replace pip with pip3 in your command, i.e., pip3 install kaskada.

If you get a permission error when running the pip command, you may need to run as an administrator using sudo pip install kaskada. If you don’t have administrator access (e.g., in Google Colab, or other hosted environments) you amy use pip’s --user flag to install the package in your user directory.