kandi X-RAY | seai Summary
kandi X-RAY | seai Summary
This is a course for those who want to build applications and products with machine learning. Assuming we can learn a model to make predictions, what does it take to turn the model into a product and actually deploy it, build a business, and successfully operate and maintain it?. The course is designed to establish a working relationship between software engineers and data scientists: both contribute to building AI-enabled systems but have different expertise and focuses. To work together they need a mutual understanding of their roles, tasks, concerns, and goals and build a working relationship. This course is aimed at software engineers who want to build robust and responsible systems meeting the specific challenges of working with AI components and at data scientists who want to understand the requirements of the model for production use and want to facilitate getting a prototype model into production; it facilitates communication and collaboration between both roles. The course focuses on all the steps needed to turn a model into a production system in a responsible and reliable manner.
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TL;DR - trying to compile this multi-sheet Pycel tests/fixture spreadsheet (I'm particularly interested in capturing inter-sheet dependencies) using into Python code using PycelThe Problem
The helpful Pycel example in the example/example.py in the Pycel repository runs perfectly and produces a handy .gexf graph, however, I can't work out how to compile a multi-sheet Spreadsheet (in my use case there is terrifying inter-sheet dependencies!) using Pycel.
@Stephen Rauch mentioned that "Pycel does really deal with sheets. It works with cells. Those cells can come from any sheet in the workbook" in this Stackoverflow discussion, however, I couldn't find any detail on this in the Pycel repo or in prior questions.What I tried
I tried compiling the spreadsheet included in tests/fixtures/excelcompiler.xlsx as this is multi-sheet and it only seems to compile for Sheet1 as the resulting plot is empty (Sheet1 is empty)....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-05 at 09:06
Pycel compiles multi-sheet Excel spreadsheets easily. Pycel's function
pycel.ExcelCompiler is lazy and so doesn't actually compile Excel into Python until explicitly asked to do so via
excel.evaluate('Result!E16')} (i.e. evaluate some cell)
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