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Exploring World Gender Statistics with Shiny

January 28, 2017
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Exploring World Gender Statistics with Shiny

This week I explored the World Gender Statistics dataset. You can look at 160 measurements over 56 years with my Shiny app here. I prepared the data as follows: Data.csv Country.Name: the name of the country Country.Code: the country’s co...

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Building Shiny App Exercises (part 5)

January 24, 2017
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Building Shiny App Exercises (part 5)

RENDER FUNCTIONS In the fourth part of our series we just “scratched the surface” of reactivity by analyzing some of the properties of the renderTable function. Now it is time to get deeper and learn how to use the rest of the render functions that shiny provides. As you were told in part 4 these

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Easily explore a table with shinycsv

January 19, 2017
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Easily explore a table with shinycsv

Have you ever had to explore a table with data? I believe the answer is yes for most people that work at a computer or even just use it for communicating with their friends and family. Tables of data pop up everywhere, for example in personal finance. Websites like Mint.com allow you to download your transactions in...

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January Update R Course Finder: Shiny, Quantitative Trading, and Much More

January 12, 2017
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January Update R Course Finder: Shiny, Quantitative Trading, and Much More

A few months ago we launched R Course Finder, an online directory that helps you to find the right R course quickly. With so many R courses available online, we thought it was a good idea to offer a tool that helps people to compare these courses, before they decide where to spend their valuable

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Custom images for Shiny dashboard valueBox icons

January 11, 2017
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Custom images for Shiny dashboard valueBox icons

The shinydashboard package provides functions like valueBox that conveniently display basic information like summary statistics. In addition to presenting a value and subtitle on a colored background, an icon may be included as well. However, the icon must come from either the Font Awesome or Glyphicon icon libraries and cannot be image files. I’ve provided

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Shiny Example – NHL Players

January 10, 2017
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Shiny Example – NHL Players

Here’s a little visualization app I made a couple of months back which explores hockey players in the NHL during the 2015 – 2016 season.  As we get closer to the end of the regular season this year I’ll take  a look at 2017’s players. See the app here. See the code behind it here.

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Shiny Chart Builder – Explore your database with a point-and-click interface

January 2, 2017
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Shiny Chart Builder – Explore your database with a point-and-click interface

You can use R's Shiny to create an interactive dashboard with this application, make your database explorable without knowing SQL or R!

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Building Shiny App exercises part 4

January 1, 2017
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Building Shiny App exercises part 4

APPLICATION LAYOUT & REACTIVITY The fourth part of our series is “separated” into two “sub-parts”. In the first one we will start building the skeleton of our application by using tabsetPanel. This is how we will separate the sections of our app and also organize its structure better. In the second part you will learn

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Reactive acronym list in stratvis, a timevis-based Shiny app

December 29, 2016
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Reactive acronym list in stratvis, a timevis-based Shiny app

Abstract I present a method for reactively updating a table of acronyms from a Shiny interactive timeline using renderDataTable and timevis. The method is used in the new Shiny app, stratvis. The stratvis app The stratvis Shiny app provides a rich a...

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Making Shiny apps awesome

Making Shiny apps awesome

A week before Christmas our CTO, Marek Rogala gave a speech about ways to make Shiny apps do much more than usual during R enthusiasts meeting in Warsaw. In case you have missed this event we have published his presentation online: NOTE! in this pr...

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