I am being asked to generate some Excel reports. I am currently using pandas quite heavily for my data, so naturally I would like to use the pandas.ExcelWriter method to generate these reports. However the fixed column widths are a problem.
The code I have so far is simple enough. Say I have a dataframe called "df":
writer = pd.ExcelWriter(excel_file_path, engine="openpyxl") df.to_excel(writer, sheet_name="Summary")
I was looking over the pandas code, and I don"t really see any options to set column widths. Is there a trick out there in the universe to make it such that the columns auto-adjust to the data? Or is there something I can do after the fact to the xlsx file to adjust the column widths?
(I am using the OpenPyXL library, and generating .xlsx files - if that makes any difference.)