Pyspread is a cross-platform Python spreadsheet software based on and written in the Python programming language.
Instead of spreadsheet formulas, Python expressions are entered into the spreadsheet cells. Each expression returns a Python object that can be accessed from other cells. These objects can represent anything including lists or matrices.
Here are some key features of "Pyspread":
· Direct access to all Python modules from each cell
· Up to 80 000 000 rows (64 bit-systems)
· GPG signature based trust model for spreadsheet files
· Safe file mode for foreign, untrusted spreadsheets
· Three-dimensional sparse grid
· Macro library for more complex Python functions (still empty)
· Unicode support
· CSV import and export
· Pyspread is currently in the Alpha stage. Feel free to try it out on your own risk. Toy with it. Send me lots of bug reports, feedback, suggestions and improvements. However, never use pyspread for production work. Do not install it on mission-critical systems. Things can and eventually will break. Save file formats may change. The pyspread installation routine may very well harm or pollute your system. Opening a save file with unknown content is by no means intended to be save.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· GUI front-end for matplotlib charts
· Image display in cells
· Localization in German, Dutch, Danish and Ukrainian (partly finished)
· Dependency to PyMe, rpy and gmpy removed for easier packaging
· New dependencies matplotlib, python-gnupg
· New example files
· Various bug fixes