The following examples are all based on Excel worksheets but are useful in other spreadsheets too: — Extracting data from an Excel spreadsheet — Making a list out of Excel tables — Making a range of Excel cells available to Python data objects — Loading data into an Excel spreadsheet that isn't in a format that Excel expects — Transforming text strings or numbers into strings that Excel understands. Read and Write Excel Spreadsheets with Pandas & Openly How to Read and Write Excel Spreadsheets with Python Excel Tutorial Learn how to read and write Excel spreadsheets with Pandas and openly. This tutorial will make it easy for you to import both Excel worksheets and .XLS files, how to transform text strings or numbers from a raw format into strings that Excel understands and make .CSV files in Python easy to read and read. Python Excel Tutorial — Atacama The Excel files may come in files that are different formats depending on the program you are using. For instance, .XLS files need to be opened differently than plain .xls files or you may have to convert them. Python has an OpenCL module that allows you to extract the data into a file or vice-versa. To read an Excel spreadsheet use the loaded() method. Read the .xlsx file and get the value. We won't call this function to load the XLS file, but you'll need to read the file in your Python script. As we extract the values, we are doing this so that the functions available to us when writing the data make it straightforward to work with the value by using Python methods. In the next example, we'll be writing a function that reads the XLS file from disk and saves it to a Pandas Database, read the .csv file out of the database and write it to a Python Database. Finally, we'll write the XLS file to Python. For this we'll need an Excel spreadsheet. We're going to download one from Excel. There are several ways to get this Excel spreadsheet. First, you can download it from with a link to the file on the Amazon website. Secondly, you can go to the Microsoft website.