Microsoft incorporates Python into Excel


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Microsoft Corporation is releasing a new version of Excel that will allow users to write and execute Python code within the spreadsheet editor’s interface.

In a blog post published today, Stefan Kinnestrand, general manager of product marketing at Microsoft, described the update. The public preview version of the Python support is currently accessible.

Data science features in Excel can be used for tasks like visualizing business data and calculating the average cost of a customer’s purchases. Microsoft claims that the recent addition of Python support will expand those features.

The programming language can be used to create data science workflows that are more complex than those that Excel comes with by default.

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