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Reconstruct Gene Networks Using Shiny

December 6, 2012
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Reconstruct Gene Networks Using Shiny

Check out the application on Glimmer!  http://glimmer.rstudio.com/qbrc/grn/   We’ve been experimenting with RStudio’s new Shiny software as a way to quickly and easily create interactive, responsive web applications which are able to leverage complicated analytics back-ends built in the R programming language. We created a simple interface which can infer the structure of an underlying

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Shiny released to CRAN; Shiny Server coming soon

December 5, 2012
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The shiny package, the R package from RStudio that makes it easy to build simple interactive interfaces for R scripts, is now available on CRAN. This will make it easier for R programmers to install and use shiny, and to run the interfaces they create from a local web browser. The next step is to be able to publish...

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Bottom-up creation of data-driven capabilities: show don’t tell

December 5, 2012
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Bottom-up creation of data-driven capabilities: show don’t tell

I’ve been writing lately on what to do when people who make decisions in an organization say they want data-driven capabilities but then ignore or attack the results of data-driven analysis for not saying what they think the data ought to say. Some of the most productive things you can do in that situation include

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Shiny Server – Earthshattering News

December 4, 2012
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Shiny Server – Earthshattering News

As you probably know, I am one of the strongest proponents of the Shiny package for developing interactive web applications Amongst the latest news from RStudio is that what was planned to be commercial software will now be free and Open Source (AGPLv3 license) To celebrate this momentous announcement, I have produced an Earthquake app.

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My Job Just Got Shiny-er

December 4, 2012
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My Job Just Got Shiny-er

Today I went to the RStudio site to post a feature request.  I noticed up in the top navigation a link called "Shiny".  I like things that are shiny.  It turns out Shiny is a new package the RStudio team has developed for easily making r...

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An update on Shiny

December 4, 2012
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An update on Shiny

Last month we released Shiny, our new R package for creating interactive web applications. The response from the community has been extremely encouraging–we’ve received a lot of great feedback that has helped us to make significant improvements to the framework already! Shiny 0.2.3 on CRAN Starting with Shiny 0.2.3, you can install the latest stable

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More Shiny Goodness – Tinkering With the Ergast Motor Racing Data API

December 4, 2012
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More Shiny Goodness – Tinkering With the Ergast Motor Racing Data API

I had a bit of a play with Shiny over the weekend, using the Ergast Motor Racing Data API and the magical Shiny library for R, that makes building interactive, browser based applications around R a breeze. As this is just a quick heads-up/review post, I’ll largely limit myself to a few screenshots. When I

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It’s Time For A Change: A Shiny One

December 3, 2012
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I presented rApache to the public for the first time at the Directions in Statistical Computing workshop in August 2005 (paper), almost seven years ago. It might have been novel, maybe even crazy at the time, but I think rApache showed people a new way to bring R to the web. I presented brew, a templating framework for...

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Italian Bio R Day 2012 – Slides on Reproducible Research using R and Bioconductor

December 3, 2012
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Italian Bio R Day 2012 – Slides on Reproducible Research using R and Bioconductor

Thanks to Parco Tecnologico Padano (PTP), I was invited to speak at the first Italian Bio R Day that was held in Lodi on 30 November 2012. It was a nice opportunity to talk and listen about different aspects of R from practitioners with different backg...

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The tools in an R package developer’s toolbox

November 29, 2012
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The tools in an R package developer’s toolbox

Yihui Xie is the creator of several popular R packages, including knitr, animation and cranvas. In an interview with The Setup, he shares some of the software and hardware he uses in his data-to-day work, including (of course) R: For programming and data analysis, I primarily use R since I'm a statistician. I have created a bunch of R...

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