rxylib Shiny

November 13, 2017

(This article was first published on Johannes Friedrich's R Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Start analysing your data online … –

I’m proud to announce my first shiny app rxylib Shiny. This little application is capable to plot and manipluate x-y data, fit them and download the results.
It is a online version of the R-package rxylib.
Any feedback is appreciated!

Some Highlights:

  • Interactive plots (zoom in and select your data to transform and fit)
  • Copy-paste your data into the application
  • Build-in transformations (log(x), log(y), normalize, …)
  • Fit data to different functions (linear, cubic, exponential decay, gaussian, …)
  • Download data as *.csv file
  • Download fitted values and figures (pdf, eps, jpeg, …)



Click here to get access to the online version of rxylib Shiny

Data panel:

Transformation panel:

Fitting panel:

Have fun and enjoy!

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