Developing Data Products

March 3, 2019
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I had to develop an RStudio shiny application as a part of final project in the Developing Data Products course in the Coursera Data Science Specialization track.

The Shiny application calculates your maximum Heart Rate and the target Heart Rate zones for the chosen age.

It includes:

  • Its build with shinydashboardPlus library
  • Tab menus
  • Slider inputs for age, minimum and maximum intensity
  • A short documentation

Some screenshots:

This app is hosted at shinyapps.io, the code can be found at my Github and the RPress can be found on RPubs.

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