Importing Dataframes

How to import dataframes file into Mito.

Importing Dataframes through the Mitosheet

If you have a dataframe you created with Python, and you want to import it into your Mitosheet:

  1. Click the Import button in the toolbar.

  2. Click the Import Dataframes options in the dropdown that appears.

  3. Click the + Add button to add a dataframe that is exists.

  4. Click Import Dataframes to impor these dataframes into your sheet.

Importing Dataframes through Mitosheet.sheet()

Importing a dataframe into Mito is as simple as adding the dataframe as a parameter to the mitosheet.sheet call.

If we are attempting to import a dataframe named sales_data:

  1. Create a new code cell with the code:

import mitosheet
mitosheet.sheet(sales_data) # Change sales_data to the name of your dataframe

Then, run this cell. A mitosheet will appear with a single tab that contains this dataframe, which you can now begin exploring, editing, and more.

Importing multiple dataframes at once

Mito allows you to import as many dataframes as you want. Each dataframe you import will be displayed in the mitosheet as a separate tab.

Imagine if we want to import sales_data and customer_metadata into the same mitosheet, so we can work with both of them at the same time.

import mitosheet
mitosheet.sheet(sales_data, customer_metadata) # Change to your dataframes

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