Interactive charts using htmlwidgets

November 10, 2015
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This was a deck used in my presentation to the Inland Northwest R user Group this past Friday (November 6, 2015). The introduction of htmlwidgetshas opened up a wide-range of options for R-users without having the need to pick-up on JavaScript to create great charts and I would like to thank the great work of many in the community, including R-Studio, Ramnath Vaidyanathan and Kenton Russell for htmlwidgets and the many widget developers. Please click this link to visit the blog post: http://patilv.com/introtohtmlwidgets/

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