🏆 App of the Month 🏆
Our March featured app of the month is......🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁
OmicLearn by OmicEra.
This app is a transparent exploration of machine learning for biomarker discovery from proteomics and omics data. It was developed to enable easy access to ML without the requirement for any programming or bioinformatic skills. [code]
Streamlit March Updates
Here are some of the exciting things that happened at Streamlit in March.
🔍 Current Releases: 0.79.0
The newest Streamlit release is 0.79.0, which featured custom theming and tooltips. If you haven't updated in a while, make sure to check out the change log since we're continually releasing new features and fixes.
🔮 Upcoming Features
A quick look at some of the upcoming features planned for Q2:
- Programmable state
- Submit button
- Anchor links
- Secrets—coming very soon, keep a lookout 👀
🖼 New Website and Logo
Our logo also got a little polishing and we have some fun new stickers for the community.
🐯 Tigergraph Hackathon continued and ended
Streamlit cohosted a hackathon with Tigergraph and Graphistry inspiring developers from around the world to connect, build apps and win prizes. Read more about it and view the winners here.
Featured Streamlit content
Podcasts and articles written by or featuring the Streamlit team for your listening and reading pleasure.
- Read all about custom theming in the launch article written by Abhi. He goes over the details of theming as well as the new dark mode feature.
- Marisa walks you through how to use custom themes and dark mode in our theming tutorial.
- We released a number of new Streamlit Shorts this month primarily revolving around core functions. Read more about Shorts here and be on the lookout for future series!
Featured community content
Some great apps, repos, and articles by the Streamlit community. Check out the Streamlit forum for even more community content.
- Bolei shared a preview of an app exploring SeFa: Closed Form Factorization of Latent Semantics in GANs
- Mala wrote a helpful tutorial on how to Build Your First Data Visualization Web App in Python Using Streamlit
- Bone segmentator by William is an app made to help biodesigners in fitting internal prostheses
- In his article, Yong shows how to Build Your First Interactive Data Science Web App with Streamlit
- Jesse gave a tutorial on How to Add File Downloads To Streamlit Apps (Custom Functions) in his Youtube video
- Jesse also demonstrated how to use the new theming feature in his video Streamlit Themes & How to Customize Streamlit Apps
- Ken Jee began a project March Madness Solved With Machine Learning? (Can I do it?) where he'll see if his ML model can dominate March madness brackets
- Simon shared that his open source PyMedPhys app had a major release update
- Harsh gave a helpful introduction to custom themes in his video tutorial Change Colour Scheme of Your Streamlit App!
- Felipe's app APOD Project brought an astronomy picture of the day provided by NASA API
- Another helpful Data Professor tutorial came out on How to build an app for combining the contents of multiple spreadsheets | Streamlit
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