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Add-ins for Excel® and other tools TinyGraphs Excel Add In TinyGraphs is an open source add-in for Excel that creates sparklines, mini column graphs, and area graphs from a row of data. It generates beautiful tiny graphics that are as small as a cell and is useful for visualizing large quantities of data, such as stock prices and exchange rates. What does TinyGraphs do ? TinyGraphs creates a tiny chart for every row of data in a rectangular block of cells (user specified range).
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From IronPython Cookbook Excel (which exposes a COM automation interface) is accessible to .NET languages like IronPython through the .NET COM interop facilities. Here is a simple example that should get you off the ground: import clr clr.AddReferenceByName('Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c') from Microsoft.Office.Interop import Excel ex = Excel.ApplicationClass() ex.Visible = True ex.DisplayAlerts = False workbook = ex.Workbooks.Open('foo.xls') ws = workbook.Worksheets print ws.Rows.Value2[0,0] From here you can explore the various worksheet objects that you get back. Python itself has excellent libraries available for dealing with Excel files:
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