Category : xlrd

I am looking to import an excel sheet into Python using the xlrd package. Here is my example data enter image description here Here is my example for code 1 (Basically extracting column 1 and 2 separately then combining them into a dataframe): audiences = audience_sheet.col_values(0) language = audience_sheet.col_values(1) data_url = pd.DataFrame() data_url[‘All_Audiences’] = audiences ..

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I am trying to create a netwok using Python and Networkx and a csv-file with persons and the relationship among them Here is the link to the file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13cq-xDeEnIF_CsXNqaDlIbcyvz7JUQG8/view?usp=sharing But before I can even start I am getting this error message XLRDError: Unsupported format, or corrupt file: Expected BOF record; found b’,PersNam’ Why? Where is ..

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I am trying to get value from hyperlink cell in xls file. It always return None. I am using xlrd library with 2.1.0 version (tried previous versions also). The file is downloaded from url. Code: import xlrd … excel_data = xlrd.open_workbook(file_contents=response.content) excel_sheet = excel_data.sheet_by_index(0) link = excel_sheet.hyperlink_map.get((0, 0)) print(link) Printed value: None Source: Python..

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I’m trying to make a 12×12 binary-puzzle game in python. There’s no GUI in the game, just the shell. To get the values of the tiles, I made an import function which imports values from an excel-document using xlrd. Now I’m making a function to print out the board, but something’s not quite right: (sorry ..

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import numpy as np import pandas as pd import xlrd Online_sales = pd.read_excel(r’C:UsersRushpal SinghDownloadsOnline Retail.xlsx’, sheet_name = ‘Online_Retail’) error=> XLRDError Traceback (most recent call last) … (cutting few lines) 168 # files that xlrd can parse don’t start with the expected signature. 169 if file_format and file_format != ‘xls’: –> 170 raise XLRDError(FILE_FORMAT_DESCRIPTIONS[file_format]+’; not supported’) ..

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I am trying to parse an excel spreadsheet using xlrd python library. Above picture is a sample data from my spreadsheet. I am trying to parse this data like this ‘genders’: [{‘gender’: ‘male’, ‘country’: ‘USA’}, {‘gender’: ‘female’, ‘country’: ‘canada’}] but couldnt quite get at it. I have tried data = [[sheet.cell_value(r, c) for c in ..

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