R HTMLWidgets in Jupyter Notebooks

April 26, 2018
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A quick note for displaying R htmlwidgets in Jupyter notebooks without requiring pandoc – there may be a more native way but this acts as a workaround in the meantime if not:

library(htmlwidgets)
library(IRdisplay)

library(leaflet)
m = leaflet() %>% addTiles()
saveWidget(m, 'demo.html', selfcontained = FALSE)
display_html('')

PS and from the other side, using reticulate for Python powered Shiny apps.

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