Use st.cache_data instead of st.experimental_memo message box without any function usage


I am having trouble with getting two message boxes at .py file initialization.

The message boxes display “st.experimental_memo is deprecated. Please use the new command st.cache_data instead, which has the same behavior. More information in our docs.”.

I found that st.streamlit_image_select.image_select is where the message box is generated, and I would like to remove them even when the file is initialized.

Hope I can get any suggestions or advices on this. Thank you very much in advanced.

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Code snippet:

# configs
work_path = 'C:/Users/me/Desktop/webpage'
IMG_SIZE = 512
image1 = load_dicom(f"{work_path}/images/1.2.826.0.1.3680043.1363_120.dcm")
image2 = load_dicom(f"{work_path}/images/1.2.826.0.1.3680043.4202_134.dcm")
image3 = load_dicom(f"{work_path}/images/1.2.826.0.1.3680043.30067_108.dcm")
image4 = load_dicom(f"{work_path}/images/1.2.826.0.1.3680043.26979_144.dcm")

# display images
img = image_select(
    label="Select a patient",
    images=[image1, image2, image3, image4,],

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Hey @doyeonkimm,

It sounds like you’re using @jrieke’s image select component, which hasn’t been updated to the more recent caching functions yet. A community member opened an Issue for this here – I’d recommend up-voting it and/or writing a PR for the component to upgrade to the new caching functions (should be as simple as just replacing usage of the old functions with the new functions).

Thank you very much:)

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It’s fixed now!

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