I am having an issue when trying to convert a class object to JSON format. ECGModel.py class ECG(object): @classmethod def __init__(self, source, fileName, channel, record, time, sampleRate, ecg): self.Source = source self.FileName = fileName self.Channel = channel self.Record = record self.Time = time self.SampleRate = sampleRate self.ECG = ecg # getting the values @property def ..
The question is to let the user upload a csv file and replace df with all numeric columns and then: Use the range slider version of st.slider to allow the user to select the rows they want plotted. Have the minimum be 0 and the maximum be the number of rows in the file. Use ..
I have a streamlit app that retrieve data from sql server database where i am using pyodbc. I have an select query where i try to select data based on user input using wild card inside the sql query. The problem is that when the user search on any field beside the ID it does ..
I’m creating a dashboard using Streamlit, and I’m finding something odd, my plot is visualizing a clustering algorithm with an interactive number input for the number of clusters. So I would expect that if I have 2 inputs, I will always get the same values as a color for my marker. However, every time I ..
I am using streamline and I want to let the user which cumulative moving average to add on the plotly chart. I created the function, it returns a trace but the trace is always the same even if a change the parameter. here the code: import streamlit as st import pandas as pd import plotly.graph_objects ..
When I ran this script s = (full_name, birth_date, gender_) ‘string:’, s Because streamlit got confused with the trailing underscore of gender_, it then displayed the string like this: string: fullname, birth_date, gender Documentation on magic doesn’t account for this scenario. Is there a workaround to make streamlit display the string correctly, that is: string: ..
I am building a Streamlit dashboard that will have to read data from a DataFrame. The problem is that I have a local csv and a local Excel file form which I am reading data using pd.read_csv(). However, when I share my dashboard url with others, the data will fail to load because they won’t ..
StreamlitAPIException: ("Expected bytes, got a ‘int’ object", ‘Conversion failed for column FG% with type object’) Traceback: File "C:UsersASUSstreamlit_freecodecamp-mainapp_3_eda_basketballbasketball_app.py", line 44, in st.dataframe(df_selected_team) Source: Python..
I have a problem with plotly. I am visualizing a time series and previously I generated a graph of this style but when I rerun my streamlit application my graph changed completely. I reconfigured my programming environment but nothing seems to work. This is the previous graph (the graph I want): Graph I want to ..
”’PS C:UsersAdarshDownloadsBinance_Coin_Forecasting> streamlit run app.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "c:usersadarshappdatalocalprogramspythonpython36librunpy.py", line 193, in run_module_as_main "main", mod_spec) File "c:usersadarshappdatalocalprogramspythonpython36librunpy.py", line 85, in run_code exec(code, run_globals) File "C:UsersAdarshAppDataLocalProgramsPythonPython36Scriptsstreamlit.exe_main.py", line 4, in File "c:usersadarshappdatalocalprogramspythonpython36libsite-packagesstreamlit_init.py", line 78, in from streamlit.script_runner import StopException File "c:usersadarshappdatalocalprogramspythonpython36libsite-packagesstreamlitscript_runner.py", line 31, in from streamlit.script_request_queue import ScriptRequest File "c:usersadarshappdatalocalprogramspythonpython36libsite-packagesstreamlitscript_request_queue.py", line 18, in from ..