I am trying to learn PyMunk and I used their basic example from the website:
space = pymunk.Space()
space.gravity = 0,-1000
body = pymunk.Body(1,1666)
body.position = 50,100
poly = pymunk.Poly.create_box(body)
What that example does is create a simulation, add a box shaped object inside and then run the simulation infinitely. The code doesn't print or draw anything, so you will not actually see the output. To get a better understanding and something on screen I suggest you start with the tutorial: http://www.pymunk.org/en/latest/tutorials/SlideAndPinJoint.html
Pymunk is a 2d rigid body physics library, which means that what it does is simulate how objects move and interact with each other in 2 dimensions. Its not made for drawing to the screen or read input.
You can of course use it as is without anything else, and just print out the result of the simulation. But more common is that you want to draw to the screen, read input and so on. One way to do that is by using the game library Pygame that helps out with drawing to the screen, reading input, having a game loop and so on.
Pymunk itself does have some helper functions so that you can easily connect it with Pygame (and a couple of other libraries), but this is not the core part. Usually these helper functions are good for when you want something quick-n-dirty such as a prototype and you don't have need to customize the drawing.
Now, this said, if you want to see something you can add a print statement to the while loop, so it becomes like this:
while True: space.step(0.02) print(body.position)
Then it will print out the position of the ball each step of the simulation, and you can see that its changing all the time (because of the gravity that is set on the space).
There are more advanced examples included in Pymunk that are both interactive and show something on screen. These examples depends on mostly either Pygame or Pyglet, but the principle is the same in case you have a different library you want to use it with.