Add_workbook('excel-examples'. Join (WB.get_worksheet()))) What I want to learn from this, is how do you get your data to work in Excel, using Python? (This is a bit harder in Python than python) I got this question at one time from a customer: “What are the best things I can do using Python for importing data from Excel.” I found answers such as using pandas, Panda or Pandas to read Pandas Databases in Excel, and others that could mean importing Databases from Google Sheets into Excel. The key takeaway here is that the data in Excel is not the same as what you could get from Excel, so you need one to work from. The point here, is not to use Excel, but to use what Excel has to offer to do data entry. Python Read Data To Excel — Pandas The “Pandas” format of workbook data may not be the only format for importing data into Excel. In today's post, we discuss some other Python data format that may be useful. Pandas is a data format for importing data from spreadsheets. It works nicely with SQL and CSV data, or from any other data source. It was developed by Doug Hellman (the originator and creator of the pandas' library). Pandas is a great way to read data from spreadsheets and from almost any other data source, not just data from Excel. It is very fast, can store very large numbers of row/column data, and in general performs quite well with large data sets. For more information see this article Pandas Excel Importing Tutorial Here is the code required to import Data from an Excel Worksheet to Python The first two lines of code just grab the data from the worksheet, and use pandas as the data source. Import pandas as pd print “Read Excel Worksheet” of = pd.read_excel_file('demo.xlsx') # Read in workbook data of.