st.pyplot(fig=None, clear_figure=None, use_container_width=True, **kwargs)
fig (Matplotlib Figure)
The figure to plot. When this argument isn't specified, this function will render the global figure (but this is deprecated, as described below)
If True, the figure will be cleared after being rendered. If False, the figure will not be cleared after being rendered. If left unspecified, we pick a default based on the value of fig.
If True, set the chart width to the column width. Defaults to True.
Arguments to pass to Matplotlib's savefig function.
import streamlit as st import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np arr = np.random.normal(1, 1, size=100) fig, ax = plt.subplots() ax.hist(arr, bins=20) st.pyplot(fig)
Deprecation warning. After December 1st, 2020, we will remove the ability to specify no arguments in st.pyplot(), as that requires the use of Matplotlib's global figure object, which is not thread-safe. So please always pass a figure object as shown in the example section above.
Matplotlib supports several types of "backends". If you're getting an error using Matplotlib with Streamlit, try setting your backend to "TkAgg":echo "backend: TkAgg" >> ~/.matplotlib/matplotlibrc
For more information, see https://matplotlib.org/faq/usage_faq.html.
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