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Shiny: Officer Involved Shootings

May 1, 2015
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US Officer Involved Shootings Mar-Apr 2015 with Shiny Now everyone can be a data analyst with RStudio’s Shiny package. Fellow R programmer and Las Vegas import, Steve Wells, has created a R-markdown report that shows off some of the features of this dynamic framework.  Using data derived from the Gun Violence Archive and Google maps, interested users can manipulate this data using...

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Dockerizing a Shiny App

April 30, 2015
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After a long pause of more than four months, I am finally back to post here. Unfortunately, many commitments prevented me keep posting, but coming back, i changed the deployment (now this blog runs entirely within a docker container with some other cool things I intend to post more forward) and wrote this post. 1. The post

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Exploration of Functional Diversity indices using Shiny

April 27, 2015
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Exploration of Functional Diversity indices using Shiny

Biological diversity (or biodiversity) is a complex concept with many different aspects in it, like species richness, evenness or functional redundancy. My field of research focus on understanding the effect of changing plant diversity on higher trophic levels communities but also ecosystem function. Even if the founding papers of this area of research already hypothesized

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Exploration of Functional Diversity indices using Shiny

April 27, 2015
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Exploration of Functional Diversity indices using Shiny

Biological diversity (or biodiversity) is a complex concept with many different aspects in it, like species richness, evenness or functional redundancy. My field of research focus on understanding the effect of changing plant diversity on higher trophic levels communities but also ecosystem function. Even if the founding papers of this area of research already hypothesized

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Dashboards in R with Shiny & Plotly

April 24, 2015
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Dashboards in R with Shiny & Plotly

Shiny is an R application that allows users to build interactive web applications easily in R! Shiny apps involve two main components: a ui (user interface) script and a server script. The ui script controls the layout of the app and the server script controls what the app does. In other words, the ui script creates

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Introducing shinyjs: perform common JavaScript operations in Shiny apps using plain R code

April 23, 2015
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Introducing shinyjs: perform common JavaScript operations in Shiny apps using plain R code

shinyjs is my second R package that managed to find its way past the CRAN review process. It lets you perform common useful JavaScript operations in Shiny applications without having to know any JavaScript. Demos You can check out a demo Shiny app that lets you play around with some of the functionality that shinyjs makes available, or have a look at a...

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Introducing shinyjs: perform common JavaScript operations in Shiny apps using plain R code

April 23, 2015
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Introducing shinyjs: perform common JavaScript operations in Shiny apps using plain R code

shinyjs is my second R package that managed to find its way past the CRAN review process. It lets you perform common useful JavaScript operations in Shiny applications without having to know any JavaScript. Update (2015-05-31) The package has improved a lot since writing this post and some really useful functionality that I’ve been asked to implement was added. I recommend either going...

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Supplementing your R package with a Shiny app

April 22, 2015
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The R community is generally very fond of open-source-ness and the idea of releasing all code to the public. Writing packages has become such an easy experience now that Hadley's devtools is so powerful, and as a result there are new packages being released by useRs every single day. A good package needs to have two things: useful functionality, and...

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Supplementing your R package with a Shiny app

April 21, 2015
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The R community is generally very fond of open-source-ness and the idea of releasing all code to the public. Writing packages has become such an easy experience now that Hadley’s devtools is so powerful, and as a result there are new packages being released by useRs every single day. A good package needs to have two things: useful functionality, and...

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Supplementing your R package with a Shiny app

April 20, 2015
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The R community is generally very fond of open-source-ness and the idea of releasing all code to the public. Writing packages has become such an easy experience now that Hadley's devtools is so powerful, and as a result there are new packages being released by useRs every single day. A good package needs to have two things: useful functionality, and...

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