Python and Excel
Create excel charts with xlsxwriter
Format Excel files with xlsxwriter
OpenPyXL is a module for manipulating and creating
xlsx/xlsm/xltx/xltm workbooks in memory.
Manipulating and reading an existing workbook:
load_workbook() contains the parameter
read_only, setting this to
True will load the workbook as read_only, this is helpful when reading larger
Once you have loaded the workbook into memory, you can access the individual sheets using
If you want to specify the name of an available sheets, you can use
Finally, the rows of the sheet can be accessed using
sheet.rows. To iterate over the rows in a sheet, use:
rows is a list of
Cell.value to get the contents of the Cell.
Creating a new Workbook in memory:
Several tab properties may be changed through openpyxl, for example the
To save our created workbook we finish with:
Put list data into a Excel's file.
Read the excel data using xlrd module
Python xlrd library is to extract data from Microsoft Excel (tm) spreadsheet files.
Or you can use setup.py file from pypi
Reading an excel sheet:-
Import xlrd module and open excel file using open_workbook() method.
Check number of sheets in the excel
Print the sheet names
Get the sheet based on index
Read the contents of a cell
Get number of rows and number of columns in an excel sheet
Get excel sheet by name
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