Typically, this blog reviews the other Python libraries in its vast ecosystem. This time, it’s my own package I made for fun, pymarketer. This was created in a single day and can be installed from the Github repo. Have a go at my most read post if you need help with pip.
Install with pip from source Github repo:
python -m pip install git+https://github.com/erickbytes/pymarketer.git
The pymarketer package helps you do things like:
- merging all the tabs of an Excel file into one CSV
- generate HTTP code
- make a word cloud image
- splitting a CSV
- merging CSVs
Generating a Word Cloud with the pymarketer Package (via wordcloud)
import pandas as pd import pymarketer as pm xl = "Chicago Breweries.xlsx" df = pd.read_excel(xl) # Make a wordcloud from a pandas dataframe. wordcloud = pm.word_cloud(df) wordcloud.to_file("Text Word Cloud Visualization.jpg")
This package relied on several Python libraries to complete:
I’ll likely expand on this in the future. Anyone who wrangles data might be able to apply this package to good profit. At minimum, you might find it interesting to take a look at the project’s __init__.py to see how some of the functions are implemented.