[PyQt] PyQT spreadsheet
darryl.wallace at prosensus.ca
Mon Nov 2 16:31:27 GMT 2009
Why don't you check out Spyder from PythonXY (pythonxy.com). It's open
source and has lots of examples of these.
On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 2:44 PM, Giorgio Luciano
<giorgio.luciano at inwind.it>wrote:
> We are building a small scientific framework using PyQT. The idea is to
> a MDI with tables and the ability to copy and paste (and import) txt, csv,
> matlab, and excel files.
> The idea is to have a more tiny friendly environment for data analysis.
> So far we have implementd the MDI, and we are implementing the tables (via
> QTable widget)
> I've digged around (and also asked in this list) but it seems there are
> really No examples of spreadsheet made in qt (the only one that I know is
> StupidSheet on google coode but it seems no more active).
> Anyone that would like to use the code since now and is interested in
> implementing is very wellcome and also any hints about the topic.
> We will be glad also if people would like to give feedback on what we have
> problems we have
> -clipboard from excel/opencalc doesnt' split correctly
> -doubt about if it would be useful to implement special formatting in the
> I hope we could merge (help) with the owner of subplot routines ;)
> http://code.google.com/p/subplot/people/detail?u=bhclowers (anyone there)
> here's the link of SVN
> Cheers to all
> Not to mention that the project is opensource and it will be released under
> GPL (or BSD, still to see but no money from it :)))
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