I want to style (conditionally format) a dataframe and add it to a powerpoint/document which can be downloaded on the Streamlit app.
This is easily done locally, by using the dataframe-image package:
import dataframe_image as dfi
from io import BytesIO
from pptx import Presentation
df_styled = df.style.format(precision=0)
temp_file = BytesIO()
However, when I then do this on my Streamlit Cloud app, it fails, saying: OSError: Chrome executable not able to be found on your machine
I tried searching how to fix this error message but couldn’t seem to with chrome_installer etc. Does anyone know how to fix this?
A possible work around could be to convert the dataframe to HTML, then export the HTML to an image but I think, although I could style this with CSS, I would lose the ability to conditionally format numbers.
So I put this in the packages.txt chromium-chromedriver
I then download the chromium package from their website, put the file into my lib folder as it says here, but that didn’t work and Streamlit said it was looking for a ‘chromium-chromedriver’ folder, so literally created a folder called that and put the file in there, and now the app is just forever loading without any other message
Sorry I just don’t really know about this package stuff - I might just have to write it in HTML/CSS haha