What is PyXLL?
Integrate Python into Microsoft Excel. Use Excel as your user-facing front-end with calculations, business logic and data access powered by Python. Works with all 3rd party and open source Python packages. No need to write any VBA!
PyXLL is a tool in the Data Science Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses PyXLL?
7 developers on StackShare have stated that they use PyXLL.
Pros of PyXLL
Fully replace VBA with Python
Very good performance
- User Defined Functions: Write Excel worksheet functions in Python - no VBA required
- Ribbon Customization: Give your users a rich Excel native experience
- Macros: No need for VBA, access to the full Excel Object Model in Python
- Menu Functions: Call Python functions from Excel menus, and give common tasks keyboard shortcuts
- Real Time Data: Stream data to Excel in real-time using Python
- Array Functions: Return tables of data to Excel that resize automatically
- IntelliSense: Auto-complete worksheet functions as you type them
- NumPy and Pandas Integration: Use NumPy and Pandas types in Excel
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