314 search results for "shiny"

Publishing Stats for Analytic Reuse – FAOStat Website and R Package

March 8, 2013
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Publishing Stats for Analytic Reuse – FAOStat Website and R Package

How can stats and data publishers, from NGOs and (inter)national statistics agencies to scientific researchers, publish their data in a way that supports its analysis directly, as well as in combination with other datasets? Here’s one approach I learned about from Michael Kao of the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation statistics division, FAOStat. At first

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Track the bookies’ favourites for the next Pope

March 4, 2013
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Track the bookies’ favourites for the next Pope

Tired of manually running a python script to scrape the latest bookmaker odds on the next Pope, R user AJ (an analytical research manager at a large healthcare company) instead created an R script to track the odds on the Papal successor, and automated it with the Shiny package for R. The screenshot below shows the odds of each...

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PowerBuilder and R get together

PowerBuilder and R get together

The other day I was thinking about writing a blog using PowerBuilder, but couldn't decide which one other technology I should integrate it...of course...R came to my mind...My journey started around 4 days ago...when I start looking for ways to call R ...

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EPL Table Motion Chart

February 28, 2013
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The Shiny package provides great user interactivity and another boost to its attractiveness has come with its integration with googleVis. Markus Gesman provides some background in a blog article with coded examples which he along with fellow googleVis creator, Diego de Castillo and lead Shiny developer Winson Chang have furnished There are at least three

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R Bootcamp Materials!

February 24, 2013
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R Bootcamp Materials!

Learn about ColoRs in R!Analyze model results with custom functions.Good and Bad GraphicsTo train new employees at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, I have developed a 2-3 day series of training modules on how to get work done in R. These...

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Social Media Monitoring tools in R with just a few lines

February 21, 2013
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Social Media Monitoring tools in R with just a few lines

Social Media Analysis has become some kind of new obsession in Marketing. Every company wants to engage existing customers or attract new ones through this communication channel. Therefore, they hire designers, editors, community managers, etc. However, when it comes to … Continue reading →

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Social Media Monitoring tools in R with just a few lines

February 21, 2013
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Social Media Monitoring tools in R with just a few lines

Social Media Analysis has become some kind of new obsession in Marketing. Every company wants to engage existing customers or attract new ones through this communication channel. Therefore, they hire designers, editors, community managers, etc. However, when it comes to … Continue reading →

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Interactive two-host SIR model

February 20, 2013
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Interactive two-host SIR model

This is an example of interfacing R, shiny, and deSolve to produce an interactive environment where users can explore model behavior by altering parameters in an easy to use GUI.The model tracks the number of susceptible, infectious, and recovered individuals in two co-occuring host species. The rates of change for each class are represented as a system of differential...

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Interactive two-host SIR model

February 20, 2013
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This is an example of interfacing R, shiny, and deSolve to produce an interactive environment where users can explore model behavior by altering parameters in an easy to use GUI.The model tracks the number of susceptible, infectious, and recovered individuals in two co-occuring host species. The rates of change for each class are represented as a system of...

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Interactive stage-structured population model

February 16, 2013
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Interactive stage-structured population model

This is an example of interfacing R and shiny to allow users to explore a biological model often encountered in an introductory ecology class. We are interested the growth of a population that is composed of multiple, discrete stages or age classes. Patrick H. Leslie provides an in-depth derivation of the model in his 1945 paper “On the...

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