859 search results for "Shiny"

Shiny CRUD App

September 27, 2015
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Shiny CRUD App

In this post, we write a shiny app that lets you display and modify data that is stored in a database table. Shiny and Databases Everybody loves Shiny, and rightly so. It lets you publish reproducible research, brings R applications to non-R users, and can even serve as a general purpose GUI for R code. The post

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Adding Authentication to Shiny Open Source Edition

September 24, 2015
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Adding Authentication to Shiny Open Source Edition

Shiny Server is a great solution for BI/analytics reporting. It leverages the power of the R language to create interactive reports/dashboards. May be you have tried it but are reclutant to use it in production because it lacks any authentication on i...

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Building interactive web apps with Shiny

September 11, 2015
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Building interactive web apps with Shiny

In this post, I will show you how to build this app. I will be using the dataset for yellow taxis in the month of January 2015 provided by the NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission. You will need RStudio for this. Since the dataset is very big, I created a smaller dataset that doesn’t contain

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Nest Thermostat and R – Creating a Shiny dashboard

September 9, 2015
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Nest Thermostat and R – Creating a Shiny dashboard

This post was originally posted on Nest Thermostat and R - Creating a Shiny dashboard.If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam.At the d-shop we're always looking forward to play with the latest technologies...a while the Nest Thermostat is n...

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Tutorials freely available of course I taught: including ggplot2, dplyr and shiny

September 5, 2015
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I was asked to write a R course for a group of innovative companies in the North of the Netherlands. The group of 12 people was a mix of engineers and programmers, and the course aimed at giving them a… See more ›

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Taylor Rule – using Shiny in R

August 25, 2015
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I am writing this blog post after a really long time. I had the R code and the shiny app ready but somehow i did not get time to post the same. This post is inspired from Taylor Rule screen in Bloomberg terminal. If you are working in finance Bloomberg...

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RStudio adds a new Starter Plan, More Active Hours, and a Performance Boost to shinyapps.io

August 24, 2015
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RStudio adds a new Starter Plan, More Active Hours, and a Performance Boost to shinyapps.io

Five months ago we launched shinyapps.io. Since then, more than 25,000 accounts have been created and countless Shiny applications have been deployed. It’s incredibly exciting to see! It’s also given us lots of data and feedback on how we can make shinyapps.io better. Today, we’re happy to tell you about some changes to our subscription

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Playing with R, Shiny Dashboard and Google Analytics Data

August 17, 2015
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Playing with R, Shiny Dashboard and Google Analytics Data

In this post, I want to share some examples of data visualization I was playing with recently. Like in many other occasions, my field of application is digital analytics data. Precisely, data from Google Analytics.You might remember a previous post whe...

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Programming simple economic experiments in shiny

August 16, 2015
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Programming simple economic experiments in shiny

In this post, I want to present a flexible way to implement small surveys or economic experiments in shiny. If you have some background in experimental economics, you may have noticed that the most widely used software to implement economic experiments is zTree. To be honest I never touched zTree so I can say little about it, but my impression was that capabilities

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Programming simple economic experiments in shiny

August 16, 2015
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Programming simple economic experiments in shiny

Note, September 16, 2015: I have corrected some errors in the R code chunks that sneaked in when I transformed the post to WordPress format. Sorry for any inconvenience. In this post, I want to present a flexible way to implement small surveys or economic experiments in shiny. If you have some background in experimental economics, you may have noticed

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