Google Trends using gtrends and R shiny

September 23, 2018

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Recently while I was searching for trend data I came across Google Trends. So in the post I am using gtrends, a r package to understand the trends and display it using a R shiny app using the shinymaterial package. The shinymaterial package tends to move away from the traditional shiny dashboard layouts and design. You can use this shiny app from here.

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