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Some io tools for excel -- requires xlwt
Example usage:
import matplotlib.mlab as mlab
import mpl_toolkits.exceltools as exceltools
r = mlab.csv2rec('somefile.csv', checkrows=0)
formatd = dict(
weight = mlab.FormatFloat(2),
change = mlab.FormatPercent(2),
cost = mlab.FormatThousands(2),
exceltools.rec2excel(r, 'test.xls', formatd=formatd)
mlab.rec2csv(r, 'test.csv', formatd=formatd)
import copy
import numpy as np
import xlwt as excel
import matplotlib.cbook as cbook
import matplotlib.mlab as mlab
def xlformat_factory(format):
copy the format, perform any overrides, and attach an xlstyle instance
copied format is returned
#if we have created an excel format already using this format,
#don't recreate it; mlab.FormatObj override has to make objs with
#the same props hash to the same value
key = hash(format)
fmt_ = xlformat_factory.created_formats.get(key)
if fmt_ is not None:
return fmt_
format = copy.deepcopy(format)
xlstyle = excel.XFStyle()
if isinstance(format, mlab.FormatPercent):
zeros = ''.join(['0']*format.precision)
xlstyle.num_format_str = '0.%s%%;[RED]-0.%s%%'%(zeros, zeros)
format.scale = 1.
elif isinstance(format, mlab.FormatFloat):
if format.precision>0:
zeros = ''.join(['0']*format.precision)
xlstyle.num_format_str = '#,##0.%s;[RED]-#,##0.%s'%(zeros, zeros)
xlstyle.num_format_str = '#,##;[RED]-#,##'
elif isinstance(format, mlab.FormatInt):
xlstyle.num_format_str = '#,##;[RED]-#,##'
xlstyle = None
format.xlstyle = xlstyle
xlformat_factory.created_formats[ key ] = format
return format
xlformat_factory.created_formats = {}
def rec2excel(r, ws, formatd=None, rownum=0, colnum=0, nanstr='NaN', infstr='Inf'):
save record array r to excel xlwt worksheet ws
starting at rownum. if ws is string like, assume it is a
filename and save to it
start writing at rownum, colnum
formatd is a dictionary mapping dtype name -> mlab.Format instances
nanstr is the string that mpl will put into excel for np.nan value
The next rownum after writing is returned
autosave = False
if cbook.is_string_like(ws):
filename = ws
wb = excel.Workbook()
ws = wb.add_sheet('worksheet')
autosave = True
if formatd is None:
formatd = dict()
formats = []
font = excel.Font()
font.bold = True
stylehdr = excel.XFStyle()
stylehdr.font = font
for i, name in enumerate(r.dtype.names):
dt = r.dtype[name]
format = formatd.get(name)
if format is None:
format = mlab.defaultformatd.get(dt.type, mlab.FormatObj())
format = xlformat_factory(format)
ws.write(rownum, colnum+i, name, stylehdr)
ind = np.arange(len(r.dtype.names))
for row in r:
for i in ind:
val = row[i]
format = formats[i]
val = format.toval(val)
if mlab.safe_isnan(val):
ws.write(rownum, colnum+i, nanstr)
elif mlab.safe_isinf(val):
sgn = np.sign(val)
if sgn>0: s = infstr
else: s = '-%s'%infstr
ws.write(rownum, colnum+i, s)
elif format.xlstyle is None:
ws.write(rownum, colnum+i, val)
ws.write(rownum, colnum+i, val, format.xlstyle)
rownum += 1
if autosave:
return rownum
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