Thanks Aniruddha. Different beasts, I would say. Mercury is specifically aimed at Jupyter users who want to make their notebooks available and provides a mechanism to add on interactive controls whereas Streamlit lets you write Python programs with interaction built-in. If you have existing notebooks then Mercury seems like a viable option. But if you are starting from scratch I think that Streamlit provides a more flexible solution.

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