Dashboard development doesn’t have to be hard. Dashboards allow you to structure reports intuitively and break them down into easy-to-read chunks. As a result, end-users can navigate and explore data much easier than with traditional reports. The shinydashboard R package has been out for ages, and it is a good option with a decent amount of features. However, apps built with it tend to look alike – especially if you’re using it daily on multiple projects. A lot of simplistic, aesthetically identical dashboards can leave a bad impression on clients and stakeholders. That’s where semantic.dashboard comes into play. You can download the source code […]
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