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tableprint

Pretty console printing :clipboard: of tabular data in python :snake:

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ℹ︎ About

tableprint
lets you easily print formatted tables of data. Unlike other modules, you can print single rows of data at a time (useful for printing ongoing computation results).

Example output

🔎 Table of Contents

💻 Installation

pip install tableprint

🏃 Usage

The

table
function takes in a matrix of data, a list of headers, a width (defaults to 11) and a style (defaults to 'round'). To print a dataset consisting of 10 rows of 3 different columns with the default width and style:
import tableprint as tp
import numpy as np

data = np.random.randn(10, 3) headers = ['Column A', 'Column B', 'Column C']

tp.table(data, headers)

The

header
and
row
functions allow you to print just the header or just a row of data, respectively, which is useful for continuously updating a table during a long-running computation. Also, the
banner
function is useful for just printing out a nicely formatted message to the user.

The

TableContext
context manager is useful for dynamically updating tables (e.g. during a long running computation):
import tableprint as tp
import numpy as np
import time

with tp.TableContext("ABC") as t: for _ in range(10): time.sleep(0.1) t(np.random.randn(3,))

📚 Documentation

Hosted at Read The Docs: tableprint.readthedocs.org

📦 Dependencies

:heart: Contributors

Thanks to: @nowox, @nicktimko, @mubaris, and @sumanthratna for contributions.

🛠 Changelog

| Version | Release Date | Description | | ------: | :----------: | :-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | | 0.9.1 | Aug 9 2020 | Drops python2 support. | | 0.9.0 | May 16 2020 | Adds support for automatically determining the table's width. | | 0.8.0 | Oct 24 2017 | Improves support for international languages, removes numpy dependency | | 0.7.0 | May 26 2017 | Adds a TableContext context manager for easy creation of dynamic tables (tables that update periodically). Adds the ability to pass a list or tuple of widths to specify different widths for different columns | | 0.6.9 | May 25 2017 | Splitting the tableprint.py module into a pacakge with multiple files | | 0.6.7 | May 25 2017 | Fixes some bugs with ANSI escape sequences | | 0.5.0 | Sept 29 2016 | Better handling of ANSI escape sequences in table rows | | 0.4.0 | May 3 2016 | Adds a 'block' style | | 0.3.2 | May 3 2016 | Adds a test suite | | 0.3.0 | May 3 2016 | Adds custom styles for tables, specified by a key ('fancy_grid', 'grid', etc.) | | 0.2.0 | May 2 2016 | Adds better python2 (unicode/bytes) compatibility | | 0.1.5 | Oct 1 2015 | Renamed hrtime to humantime, added docs | | 0.1.4 | Sept 28 2015 | Added human readable string converter (hrtime) | | 0.1.0 | Feb 24 2015 | Initial release |

🔓 License

MIT. See

LICENSE.md

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