I’m working on a Streamlit app with the following logic:
- Load data from csv file.
- Repeat the following steps:
a. Display several alternatives, each corresponding to a separate button.
b. Select alternative and store information in a csv file.
For each button, the logic is something like this:
with col1: st.success(dialogue_original.loc[line_num]["Text line"]) if st.button("Option 1", on_click=left_callback): text_feats['Number of inspections'][line_num] += 1 text_feats[username][line_num] = 1 open('Text_lines_feats_1.csv', 'w').write(text_feats.to_csv()) print('Left key', line_num)
If I use this approach, every time
text_feats is written to file it only stores the choices made for the last round, and the choices made before are canceled. Instead, I would like to incrementally store information, preserving the choices that were made before.
In your opinion, what is the easiest solution to implement? If possible, I would prefer to continue working with csv files instead that switching to something like MongoDB. Thanks!