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Read, write and manipulate delimited text files

Project description

Pysheet is your best companion for data management. It can read and write to a delimited text file (spreadsheet), consolidate columns and merge spreadsheets together. It allows you to query for information thus turning your text file into a lightweight database. It can be used both as a python library (from pysheet import Pysheet) and as a command-line tool (pysheet -h) and supports concurrent access control for reading/writing to the same file in parallel.

Quick Start

pip install pysheet

pysheet --write 1 A world 2 B hello 3 C ! -k 2 1 3 -v

Output:

ID |   B   |   A   | C
===+=======+=======+==
1  |       | world |
2  | hello |       |
3  |       |       | !

Help!

For more documentation, please visit Pysheet on github.
I hope you find pysheet useful. If you need more help, please contact me! I’d be happy to hear from you.
Please submit feature requests and bug reports via github.

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