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View package downloads over time with Shiny

March 5, 2015
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View package downloads over time with Shiny

Almost everyone with an R package in CRAN wonders how often it’s installed and used. Two years ago RStudio kindly started offering anonymized logs of their downloads from their CRAN mirror, which allows one to graph the number of downloads over time. Much easier than downloading and processing all of the log files, however, is working with...

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Announcing shinyapps.io General Availability

February 26, 2015
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Announcing shinyapps.io General Availability

RStudio is excited to announce the general availability (GA) of shinyapps.io. Shinyapps.io is an easy to use, secure, and scalable hosted service already being used by thousands of professionals and students to deploy Shiny applications on the web. Effective today, shinyapps.io has completed beta testing and is generally available as a commercial service for anyone.

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Mapping the world with tweets (including a GIF without cats and a Shiny App).

February 16, 2015
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Mapping the world with tweets (including a GIF without cats and a Shiny App).

A few days ago, I collected 30 minutes of tweets all around the world. I used the twitteR and streamR packages for this. The nice thing about those tweets is that they have geo-information associated with them. Not all of them, of course, but more than...

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Introducing shinyData (v0.1.1)

February 13, 2015
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Introducing shinyData (v0.1.1)

shinyData is an easy to use tool for interactive data analysis, visualization and presentation. It leverages the power of R and its vast collection of packages to allow users to efficiently perform common data tasks, such as slicing and dicing, aggregation, visualization and more (usually referred to as “business intelligence”). Almost no knowledge of R … Continue reading...

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Joe Cheng presents Shiny

February 13, 2015
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The Shiny framework is a web application framework for the R programming language, designed by...

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R Shiny App: Alaska Sea Ice Edge

February 12, 2015
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R Shiny App: Alaska Sea Ice Edge

A simple app for mapping estimates of Alaska sea ice edge during different months, years, and decades is now formally available. I made this app in R about six months ago and shared an earlier version on Twitter. I have cleaned up the code a bit. Most notably, it now offers somewhat more adaptive color

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Sharing Your Shiny Apps

February 3, 2015
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Sharing Your Shiny Apps

by Siddarth Ramesh R Programmer, Revolution Analytics A couple of months ago, I worked on a customer engagement involving Shiny. Shiny is a package created by RStudio that is intended to make plots dynamic and interactive. One advantage of Shiny is that an app would completely be written in R, without needing to know any other programming languages. Shiny...

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A few things I learned about shiny (and reactive programming)

February 2, 2015
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A few things I learned about shiny (and reactive programming)

Reactive dependencies are dynamic Reactives: order of execution Use of isolate to prevent accidental dependencies Conditional panel reactiveValues One of the things I really like about shiny is that it has excellent documentation: the tutorial, articles and gallery go a long way in helping newcomers as well as intermediate programmers mastering the structure and features … Continue reading...

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Shiny for Interactive Application Development using R

February 2, 2015
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This slidify-based deck introduces the shiny package from R-Studio and walks one through the development of an interactive application that presents users with options to subset the iris dataset, generate a summary of the resulting dataset, a...

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What kind of programmer are you? Stack Exchange can predict it, Shiny can graph it

February 1, 2015
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What kind of programmer are you? Stack Exchange can predict it, Shiny can graph it

I was impressed by Stack Exchange’s recent announcement of their machine learning system, Providence, that guesses what kind of programmer you are based on your Stack Overflow traffic. Stack Exchange uses this to choose what questions to show you on their homepage and to recommend jobs to you in their Careers ads. One admirable feature is that...

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