[Qgis-developer] Manipulating JSON files from Python
pb at sungis.lv
Wed Nov 14 23:44:16 PST 2012
Probably in other case yes, but for Andreas required things better is to
use python built in functionality and escape from external dependencies.
On 2012.11.15. 09:34, Noli Sicad wrote:
> This might help.
> Tablib: Pythonic Tabular Datasets
> A Dataset is a table of tabular data. It may or may not have a
> header row. They can be build and manipulated as raw Python datatypes
> (Lists of tuples|dictionaries). Datasets can be imported from JSON,
> YAML, and CSV; they can be exported to XLSX, XLS, ODS, JSON, YAML,
> CSV, TSV, and HTML.
> A Databook is a set of Datasets. The most common form of a
> Databook is an Excel file with multiple spreadsheets. Databooks can be
> imported from JSON and YAML; they can be exported to XLSX, XLS, ODS,
> JSON, and YAML.
> On 11/15/12, gene <martin.laloux at gmail.com> wrote:
>> <http://www.doughellmann.com/PyMOTW/json/> in the series "Python Module of
>> the Week" of Doug Helmann. Sean Gillies (Shapely) also developed GeoJSON (
>> <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/geojson/1.0.1> ) for geospatial purposes.
>> For others implementations see
>> As already mentioned, json, once loaded into Python is nothing more than a
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