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A Tutorial on Writing Simulation Apps in Shiny

July 3, 2015
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I stand in awe of the R wizards who post their latest and greatest Shiny feats on R-Bloggers. It’s taken me a while to find my way around Shiny, but at last I feel ready to fill in a few gaps for others who may be just starting out and who aspire to write reasonably involved,...

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Persistent data storage in Shiny apps

July 1, 2015
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This article is also published on RStudio’s Shiny Articles Shiny apps often need to save data, either to load it back into a different session or to simply log some information. However, common methods of storing data from R may not work well with Shiny. Functions like write.csv() and saveRDS() save data locally, but consider how

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Shiny finally has a colour picker – use colourInput to select colours in Shiny apps

June 28, 2015
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Shiny finally has a colour picker – use colourInput to select colours in Shiny apps

I don’t always think Shiny is missing anything, but when I do - I fill in the gap myself. That was meant to be read as The Most Interesting Man In The World, but now that I think about it - maybe he’s not the type of guy who would be building Shiny R packages… Shiny has many useful...

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RStudio adds custom domains, bigger data and package support to shinyapps.io

June 24, 2015
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RStudio adds custom domains, bigger data and package support to shinyapps.io

It’s time to share “What’s New” in shinyapps.io! Custom Domains – host your shiny applications on your own domain (Professional Plan only).  Learn more. Bigger applications – include up to 1GB of data with your application bundles! Bigger packages – until now shinyapps.io could only support installation of packages under 100MB; now it’s 1GB! (attention

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The 2D-Harmonograph In Shiny

June 23, 2015
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The 2D-Harmonograph In Shiny

If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe (Carl Sagan) I like Shiny and I can’t stop converting into apps some of my previous experiments: today is the turn of the harmonograph. This is a simple application since you only can press a button to generate a random harmonograph-simulated … Continue reading...

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New Shiny cheat sheet and video tutorial

June 22, 2015
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New Shiny cheat sheet and video tutorial

We’ve added two new tools that make it even easier to learn Shiny. Video tutorial The How to Start with Shiny training video provides a new way to teach yourself Shiny. The video covers everything you need to know to build your own Shiny apps. You’ll learn: The architecture of a Shiny app A template

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New Shiny App for Exploring Census Tract Demographics

June 18, 2015
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New Shiny App for Exploring Census Tract Demographics

Today I am happy to announce a new web app I have created for exploring Census Tract Demographics in California. You can view the running app here. The source code is available here. I view the app as a companion to my new package choroplethrCaCensusTract, which is designed to make it easier to work with The post

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Shiny 0.12: Interactive Plots with ggplot2

June 16, 2015
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Shiny 0.12: Interactive Plots with ggplot2

Shiny 0.12 has been released to CRAN! Compared to version 0.11.1, the major changes are: Interactive plots with base graphics and ggplot2 Switch from RJSONIO to jsonlite For a full list of changes and bugfixes in this version, see the NEWS file. To install the new version of Shiny, run: install.packages(c("shiny", "htmlwidgets")) htmlwidgets is not

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Shiny Wool Skeins

June 15, 2015
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Shiny Wool Skeins

Chaos is not a pit: chaos is a ladder (Littlefinger in Game of Thrones) Some time ago I wrote this post to show how my colleague Vu Anh translated into Shiny one of my experiments, opening my eyes to an amazing new world. I am very proud to present you the first Shiny experiment entirely … Continue reading...

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Shiny App for the Wittgenstein Centre Population Projections

June 15, 2015
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Shiny App for the Wittgenstein Centre Population Projections

A few weeks ago a new version of the the Wittgenstein Centre Data Explorer was launched. The data explorer is intended to disseminate the results of a recent global population projection exercise which uniquely incorporates level of education (as well as age … Continue reading →

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