Write arguments and argument names to your app for debugging purposes.

Show() has similar properties to write():

  1. You can pass in multiple arguments, all of which will be debugged.
  2. It returns None, so it's "slot" in the app cannot be reused.

Note: This is an experimental feature. See https://docs.streamlit.io/library/advanced-features/prerelease#experimental for more information.

Function signature

st.experimental_show(*args)

Parameters

*args (any)

One or many objects to debug in the App.

Example

dataframe = pd.DataFrame({
     'first column': [1, 2, 3, 4],
     'second column': [10, 20, 30, 40],
 })
st.experimental_show(dataframe)

Notes

This is an experimental feature with usage limitations:

  • The method must be called with the name show.
  • Must be called in one line of code, and only once per line.
  • When passing multiple arguments the inclusion of , or ) in a string
    argument may cause an error.

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