Excel Number FormatsΒΆ

The following integer values can be used in ChartData.add_series() calls to specify a numeric display format to use for the values of that series.

Example:

chart_data = ChartData()
# 10 signifies a percentange with two digits after the decimal point
chart_data.add_series('Series 1', (0.25, 0.45, 0.3), 10)

Information on string number format codes (such as ‘#,##0’) can be found on this web page.


Value Type Format String
0 General General
1 Decimal 0
2 Decimal 0.00
3 Decimal #,##0
4 Decimal #,##0.00
5 Currency $#,##0;$-#,##0
6 Currency $#,##0;[Red]$-#,##0
7 Currency $#,##0.00;$-#,##0.00
8 Currency $#,##0.00;[Red]$-#,##0.00
9 Percentage 0%
10 Percentage 0.00%
11 Scientific 0.00E+00
12 Fraction # ?/?
13 Fraction # /
14 Date m/d/yy
15 Date d-mmm-yy
16 Date d-mmm
17 Date mmm-yy
18 Time h:mm AM/PM
19 Time h:mm:ss AM/PM
20 Time h:mm
21 Time h:mm:ss
22 Time m/d/yy h:mm
37 Currency #,##0;-#,##0
38 Currency #,##0;[Red]-#,##0
39 Currency #,##0.00;-#,##0.00
40 Currency #,##0.00;[Red]-#,##0.00
41 Accounting _ * #,##0_ ;_ * “_ ;_ @_
42 Accounting _ $* #,##0_ ;_ $* “_ ;_ @_
43 Accounting _ * #,##0.00_ ;_ * ”??_ ;_ @_
44 Accounting _ $* #,##0.00_ ;_ $* ”??_ ;_ @_
45 Time mm:ss
46 Time h :mm:ss
47 Time mm:ss.0
48 Scientific ##0.0E+00
49 Text @