[Numpy-discussion] Tutorial on working with Excel files in Python (without COM and cross platform!) at PyConUS 2009
Thu Jan 22 06:02:01 CST 2009
Too many people in the Python community think the only way to work with
Excel files in Python is using COM on Windows.
To try and correct this, I'm giving a tutorial at this year's PyCon in
Chicago on Wednesday, 25th March that will cover working with Excel
files in Python using the pure-python libraries xlrd, xlwt and xlutils.
I'll be looking to cover:
- Reading Excel Files
Including formatting, unicode dates and formulae.
- Writing Excel Files
Including formatting with easyxf and things like freeze pains, print
- Filtering Excel Files
A run through on the structure of xlutils.filter and some examples to
show you how it works.
- Workshop for your problems
I'm hoping anyone who attends will get a lot out of this! If you're
planning on attending and have a particular problem you'd like to work
on in this part of the tutorial, please drop me an email and I'll try
and make sure I come prepared!
All you need for the tutorial is a working knowledge of Excel and
Python, with a laptop as an added benefit, and to be at PyCon this year:
I look forward to seeing you all there!
Simplistix - Content Management, Zope & Python Consulting
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