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Bring the power of Handsontable to Python and Jupyter Notebook

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pyhandsontable

View a 2-D array, probably from pyexcel in Jupyter Notebook, and export to *.html.

Usage

>>> from pyhandsontable import generate_html, view_table
>>> view_table(width=800, height=500, data=data_matrix, **kwargs)

Acceptable kwargs

  • title: title of the HTML file
  • maxColWidth: maximum column width. Set to 200.
  • css: url of the Handsontable CSS
  • js: url of the Handsontable Javascript
  • css_custom: your custom CSS
  • js_pre: Javascript before rendering the table (but after most other things.)
  • js_post: Javascript after rendering the table.
  • config: add additional config as defined in https://docs.handsontable.com/pro/5.0.0/tutorial-introduction.html
    • This will override the default config (per key basis) which are:
{
  rowHeaders: true,
  colHeaders: true,
  dropdownMenu: true,
  filters: true,
  modifyColWidth: function(width, col){
    if(width > maxColWidth) return maxColWidth;
  }
}

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