I am using the dash-table-experiments (https://github.com/plotly/dash-table-experiments). I have a large dataframe (~150,000 rows) which is used to fill the rows of the DataTable. Unfortunately, when I try to use all the rows I get a memory error or other problems using the sortable/filterable features of the DataTable. The thing is I don’t need to display all 150,000 rows in the DataTable, it’s fine to have a more manageable number like 1,000 or 10,000 but I need to be able to search/filter the entire dataframe not just the 1,000 or 10,000 used as the rows value. It would be awesome to have an option in the DataTable like “max_rows_to_present” which would enable the filtering of the entire database, but only present <= “max_rows_to_present”. Is this possible already? Could this feature be implemented? Do you have any ideas about how I could implement this myself?
Dash and the DataTables feature are super super super cool! @chriddyp