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Can't hide 'lat' & 'lon' in hover info with px.scatter_mapbox

Hi, I get a NameError when I try to hide lat and lon in the hover info with px.scatter_mapbox. How can I bypass it ?

fig = px.scatter_mapbox(data_frame=gdf,
                        lat=gdf.geometry.y,
                        lon=gdf.geometry.x,
                        size='count',
                        color='type_arret',
                        size_max=20,
                        animation_frame='TRNC_HORR_60',
                        zoom=9,
                        hover_name='nom',
                        hover_template='',
                        hover_data=dict(TRNC_HORR_60=False,
                                    type_arret=False,
                                    count=':.2f',
                                    lon=False,
                                    lat=False)
                       )
NameError: A name conflict was encountered for argument 'lat'. A column or index with name 'lat' is ambiguous.

I’m not trying to be passive aggressive here, but I see no one is responding to my message and I’m wondering if I should report a bug on the GitHub repository instead.

I found the answer myself !
You can use the name of the columns in which the x and y values are located.
When assigning lat and long values, you shouldn’t use gdf.geometry.y nor gdf.geometry.x but do as follows :

gdf['x'] = gdf.geometry.x
gdf['y'] = gdf.geometry.y

fig = px.scatter_mapbox(data_frame=gdf,
                        lat=gdf['y'], #not gdf.geometry.y
                        lon=gdf['x'], #not gdf.geometry.x
                        size='count',
                        color='type_arret',
                        size_max=20,
                        animation_frame='TRNC_HORR_60',
                        zoom=9,
                        hover_name='nom',
                        hover_template='',
                        hover_data=dict(TRNC_HORR_60=False,
                                    type_arret=False,
                                    count=':.2f',
                                    x=False, #not lon=False
                                    y=False) #not lat=False
                       )