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License
MIT
Imports
Lastest release
version 0.1.0 on Aug 15th, 2013

Super simple Google Spreadsheets Python API.

Basic usage

Connect to Google Spreadsheet and set a value to a cell:

import gspread

# Login with your Google account
gc = gspread.login('thedude@abid.es','****')

# Open a worksheet from spreadsheet with one shot
wks = gc.open("Where is the money Lebowski?").sheet1

wks.update_acell('B2', "it's down there somewhere, let me take another look.")

Features

  • Open a spreadsheet by its title, url or key.
  • Select cells by labels, e.g. 'A1'.
  • Extract range, entire row or column values.
  • Independent of Google Data Python client library.
  • Python 3 support.

Code and documentation

Check gspread on GitHub.

License

MIT

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Last updated Aug 15th, 2013

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