🏆 App of the Month 🏆
Our February featured app of the month is......🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁
Bayesian Deep Learning for Galaxy Zoo DECaLS by Mike Walmsley.
From 2015-2020, Galaxy Zoo volunteers made 1.8 million detailed classifications of 314,000 DECaLS galaxies. This app allows you to explore that data and predicts morphology posteriors. [code]
Streamlit February Updates
A lot can happen in a month- even the shortest one of the year. Here's what you might have missed in February.
🔍 Current Releases: 0.78.0
🕹 Closed betas
We currently have a number of coming soon features that are being tested in closed beta, including:
- Secrets management
- Programmable state
- Customizable theming — coming very soon, check out this sneak peek:
If you're interested in testing any of these send us a message on the forum and we'll add you to the beta!
🐯 Tigergraph Hackathon began and is currently underway
- Streamlit is cohosting a hackathon with Tigergraph and Graphistry through March 22nd! Connect with developers around the world and build a web app with a chance to win $15,000+ in prizes. Check out the details and sign up here.
Featured Streamlit content
Podcasts and articles written by or featuring the Streamlit team for your listening and reading pleasure.
- Listen to CEO Adrien discuss his journey from undergrad to Streamlit on Ken Jee's podcast Ken’s Nearest Neighbors.
- COO Amanda's fireside chat with Glenn Solomon of GGV Capital from Open Core Summit 2020 is now available to stream. Listen in as they chat about the founding of Streamlit, community, and plans for the future.
- Matt Brems wrote How to Use Roboflow and Streamlit to Visualize Object Detection Output showing how to create a blood cell count detection app.
Featured community content
Some great apps, repos, and articles by the Streamlit community. Check out the Streamlit forum for even more community content.
- Yuichiro Tachibana wrote in depth article about how he developed the real time video processing component WebRTC within Streamlit
- Johannes put together a best-of-streamlit list featuring great community apps ranked by GitHub stars
- Mohammad outlines how to Develop and deploy a UI with Python in under 15 minutes with Streamlit
- In another one of his helpful tutorial videos, Jesse goes over Building A Course Recommender App with Streamlit & Udemy Dataset
- Yong offers 8 Simple and Useful Streamlit Tricks You Should Know in this article to help better your apps
- The Python Engineer made a video tutorial on how build a stock prediction web app in Python using Streamlit, Yahoo Finance, and Facebook Prophet
- An NLP app by Charly, Wiki Topic Grapher, retrieves entity relationships from any Wikipedia seed topic. You can then get a network graph of these connected entities, save the graph as jpg or export the results ordered by salience to CSV
- Yash's article A Guide to Streamlit — Frontend for Data Science Made Simpler walks through the important steps in making your project great
- Part Time Larry demonstrates how to build Financial Dashboards with Python in this thorough video
- An interactive Game of Thrones dashboard by Mario depicts interesting character analysis based on the TV scripts of the show
- Rahul wrote an article on how to make your GitHub profile stand out by using his GitHub Profile README app
- See and explore beautifully displayed Norwegian Meteorological data in this app by Gregoire
Thanks for checking out this edition of the Monthly Rewind. If you'd like more frequent updates on what's happening in the community make sure to check out the Weekly Roundups.