Following recent posts on xlwings 0.7.1, dictionaries, and optional arguments and xlwings – dataframes and statistics, I have added the associated functions and examples to the xlwSciPy spreadsheet, and also updated it to xlwings 0.71.

The new spreadsheet can be downloaded from:

## xlScipy-xlw.zip

including full open source code.

The spreadsheet requires Python, including xlwings, Numpy, Scipy and Pandas (all of which are free, and included in the Anaconda package).

Hi! This project looks very interesting. Have you considered choosing a right license and uploading it to GitHub?

http://choosealicense.com/

If I may make a suggestion, MIT or BSD would be nice (though LGPL would be fair too).

Thanks!

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Hi Juan, I’ll have a think about GitHub, but in the mean time all the code is available for free download under the GNU General Public License.

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You are right, it’s written in the header of the files. Thanks anyway.

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