I have updated to the latest streamlit version: Streamlit, version 1.21.0.
I am trying to use the st.dataframe with the help argument.
st.dataframe(df_measure,help="this is the help")
I am getting the following error:
TypeError: dataframe() got an unexpected keyword argument 'help'
Was this removed from the st.dataframe ?
and how can we display a help icon for the dataframe?
In which version of Streamlit did
dataframe take a
I don’t know. But when checking with the famous chatGPT it responded with:
Yes, you can add a help text to the
st.dataframe method in Streamlit by using the
help parameter. Here’s an example of how you can do this:
import streamlit as st
import pandas as pd
Load your DataFrame
df = pd.read_csv(‘your_data.csv’)
Display the DataFrame with a help text
st.dataframe(df, help=“This is a DataFrame displaying data from ‘your_data.csv’”)
In this example, we use the
st.dataframe method to display a DataFrame in Streamlit, and we specify a help text using the
help parameter. When the user hovers their mouse over the ⓘ icon next to the displayed DataFrame, the help text will be displayed.
What ChatGPT says doesn’t magically become true. You’d better trust the documentation more than ChatGPT.
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