Hi, I have built a streamlit app which visualizes some data, based on various settings the user can make in the sidebar.
The visualization itself can be switched between different modes (I built a form of multi page app with a select box on top of the page)
Now it is often interesting to compare different views of the same filter settings with each other. The best solution for this in my current setup is to open a new browser window and to carefully set all the filter settings on the sidebar to the same values as they are in the first window. Then one can select a different mode and compare both.
Since the visualization modes can be a bit complex, I would like to avoid having one giant compare mode with two visualizations on one page.
Copying of the settings is a bit tedious, so ideally this would be encoded into the url for example, which can then be copied to get a second session with the same input widget state.
I don’t think it is possible, but maybe somebody knows a way to get something like that?