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I'm trying to understand the use model for different Python libraries

In short: Gym is complementary (but optional) to both tensorflow and pytorch. Stable-baselines (be sure to check version 3, which is based on Pytorch) supports gym natively (if I remember correctly.) ...
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I'm trying to understand the use model for different Python libraries

Your choices here are not really any different to choosing an open source library for any other purpose. Each library will have its own idiosyncratic parts, but usually these are minor things compared ...
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Training an RL model with an environment where some of the variables do not change as a result of the agent actions

In those cases the uncontrollable variables can be included as part of the observation space alongside other controllable ones, but that feels sub-optimal as the model will need to learn which ...
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Getting always the same action on an A2C from stable_baselines3

The environment you described fits a multi-armed bandit problem where the action does not influence the next state encountered. Algorithms such as A2C are designed for situations where the state ...
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