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Re: state of the art in org-mode tables e.g. join, etc

From: John Kitchin
Subject: Re: state of the art in org-mode tables e.g. join, etc
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2021 17:21:06 -0500
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Thanks for the link! It looks like some useful functions there. It would
be nice to integrate some of those with the rich output of a Jupyter
kernel so you could get native org tables automatically in org-mode.

Derek Feichtinger <derek.feichtinger@psi.ch> writes:

> Hi John,
> I invested time some years ago in preparing babel examples, and a lot of
> the description went into using tables. The most detailed documents I
> had for elisp and python.
> In order to be productive, e.g. for producing all kinds of scientific
> graphs, but also for doing the finances and planning for our scientific
> computing section I ended up the same as you with mostly going to python
> and leveraging Pandas. I think all of us end up using ":colnames no" as
> the most convenient solution.
> https://github.com/dfeich/org-babel-examples/blob/master/python3/python3-babel.org
> (especially look at the Pandas section 10)
> In that file I also tangle a python library "orgbabelhelper" that is
> available in Conda and PyPi. I mainly use that to work with my tables.
> Best regards
> Derek

Professor John Kitchin
Doherty Hall A207F
Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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