Welcome to Pylenin Weekly #20, a newsletter dedicated to improving the lives of my fellow peers through knowledge sharing in the field of programming and data.
This week, we have a whole lot of articles dedicated to working with Excel files using Python.
Let's check out the articles.
Handling Excel files in Python
Microsoft Excel is probably one of the highly used data storage applications. A huge proportion of small to medium size businesses fulfill their analytics requirement using Excel.
However, if you have a little knowledge of Python, you could build highly professional Business Intelligence using Excel data, without the need of a database. Using Python with Excel could be a game changer for your business.
Check out this article to perform basic data analysis with Excel files in Python.
Adding hyperlinks to cells in Excel with Python
Adding hyperlinks to Excel files can be beneficial when you would like to refer to an external website.
It is super easy to add hyperlinks to your excel file without even opening it using Python.
Combining multiple Excel sheets into one in Python
Let’s say you have a directory with multiple Excel files containing sales data of every month. You would like to store all those separate Excel files as separate sheets in one Excel sheet named “yearly_sales.csv”.
Check out this article to figure out how to do it!
Plotting Line Charts in Excel
A line chart is a type of chart used to show information that changes over time. Line charts are created by plotting a series of several points.
Learn to plot Line Charts in Excel with Openpyxl module in Python 3.
Plotting Bubble Charts in Excel
A Bubble chart is similar a Scatter chart except, the data points are replaced with bubbles and an additional dimension of the data is represented in the size of the bubbles.
Check out this article to plot bubble charts in Excel using Python.
Plotting Bar Charts in Excel
A bar chart or bar graph is a chart or graph that presents categorical data with rectangular bars with heights or lengths proportional to the values.
Check out this article to plot a bar chart in Excel using Python.
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