datasheets is a library for interfacing with Google Sheets, including reading data from, writing data to, and modifying the formatting of Google Sheets. It is built on top of Google's google-api-python-client, google_auth, and google_auth_oauthlib libraries using the Google Drive v3 and Google Sheets v4 REST APIs.
It can be installed with pip via
pip install datasheets.
Detailed information can be found in the documentation.
Get the necessary OAuth credentials from the Google Developer Console as described in Getting OAuth Credentials.
After that, using datasheets looks like:
import datasheets # Create a data set to upload import pandas as pd df = pd.DataFrame([('a', 1.3), ('b', 2.7), ('c', 3.9)], columns=['letter', 'number']) client = datasheets.Client() workbook = client.create_workbook('my_new_workbook') tab = workbook.create_tab('my_new_tab') # Upload a data set tab.insert_data(df, index=False) # Fetch the data again df_again = tab.fetch_data() # Show workbooks you have access to; this may be slow if you are shared on many workbooks client.fetch_workbooks_info() # Show tabs within a given workbook workbook.fetch_tab_names()
For further information, see the documentation.
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