Hello @randyzwitch , thank you for your reply. The KML files are not the problem, they are not missing any value. In this case I wanted to use Streamlit to display the results of a project I have done and so far the only problem I have had is with displaying the data from the KML files in a data frame, for the rest of the calculations I have no problem. It is true that the “geometry” column of the KML files is quite special, I think that simply disturbs it because it is something very specific to Geopandas. I tried what you advised me but it didn’t work either, the best result I got was using
st.write, but that piece of code comes out as I show in my first post.
I think the solution to this problem is more complex to deal with and is directly related to geopandas, for now I will simply not show a data frame, the rest of the code works fine.
Thank you for your help!