386 search results for "Shiny"

Shiny + Concerto = YES !!!

May 23, 2013
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Shiny + Concerto = YES !!!

So I have finally gotten beta access to the two most powerful R controlled web application makers in existence and produced very exciting experimental productsA few posts ago I posted a Visual Reasoning Test that I had made by hand and powered wit...

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Integration take two – Shiny application

May 13, 2013
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Integration take two – Shiny application

My last post discussed a technique for integrating functions in R using a Monte Carlo or randomization approach. The mc.int function (available here) estimated the area underneath a curve by multiplying the proportion of random points below the curve by the total area covered by points within the interval: The estimated integration (bottom plot) is

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Shiny App for CRAN packages

May 13, 2013
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Over the past few days, I have been introduced to a few new-to-me R packages, via some comments from the Shiny guys and the R-bloggers site. This seems a rather haphazard way of acquiring knowledge and I cannot be alone in thinking that this is not the most productive way to become aware of new/better

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A Shiny web app to find out how much medical procedures cost in your state.

May 8, 2013
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A Shiny web app to find out how much medical procedures cost in your state.

Today the front page of the Huffington Post featured the new data available from the CMS that shows the cost of many popular procedures broken down by hospital. We here at Simply Statistics think you should be able to explore … Continue reading →

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Gambler’s Run With Shiny

May 8, 2013
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Gambler’s Run With Shiny

I finally had an opportunity to play with Shiny, and I am very impressed. I have created a Github Project so head over there for the source code. There are a number of ways to distribute Shiny apps. If you are running R (and mostly likely you are if you are reading this), you can download and...

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TV shows rated by episode as a Shiny App

May 1, 2013
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TV shows rated by episode as a Shiny App

A few days ago there was an interesting R based article by diffuseprior on the decline and fall in the quality of The Simpsons The author scraped results from GEOS, an online survey of TV programs, and applied the R package changepoint to offer an analysis of the show over time This seemed a candidate

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Interacting, on demand, with 2012 best cities data and plotting different graphs —- Experiments with ggplot2 on shiny server

April 25, 2013
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Interacting, on demand, with 2012 best cities data and plotting different graphs —- Experiments with ggplot2 on shiny server

Data from slides on Bloomberg businessweek's site: http://images.businessweek.com/slideshows/2012-09-26/americas-50-best-citiesIn this post, I show how one can interact with a dataset and generate graphs on the fly (technically, I've predetermined...

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Retirement : simulating wealth with random returns, inflation and withdrawals – Shiny web application

April 6, 2013
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Retirement : simulating wealth with random returns, inflation and withdrawals – Shiny web application

Today, I want to share the Retirement : simulating wealth with random returns, inflation and withdrawals – Shiny web application (code at GitHub). This application was developed and contributed by Pierre Chretien, I only made minor updates. This is application is a great example of how easy it is to convert your R script into

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Interactive visualization of survival curves with Shiny

April 3, 2013
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Interactive visualization of survival curves with Shiny

We have a growing interest in using our favorite tools (R and Mathematica) to build web interfaces to interactively explore and visualize data. Our last 5 posts have involved interactive tools, namely Mathematica’s computable document format and R’s new Shiny package. There is a new kid on the block for interactive visualization tools in R,

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Analyzing Local Data with a Shiny Web App

March 19, 2013
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A great. recent enhancement for the Shiny App is the ability to upload local files. Now, in addition to users being able to interact with data provided on the host e.g. Soccer Tables or via the web, Wikipedia Search Rates they can use apps to view and analyse their own data I have knocked up

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