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R/Shiny for clinical trials: simple randomization tables

June 9, 2016
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R/Shiny for clinical trials: simple randomization tables

One of the things I most like from R + Shiny is that it enables me to serve the power and flexibility of R in small “chunks” to cover different needs, allowing people not used to R to benefit from it. However, what I … Sigue leyendo →

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Covcalc: Shiny App for Calculating Coverage Depth or Read Counts for Sequencing Experiments

June 1, 2016
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Covcalc: Shiny App for Calculating Coverage Depth or Read Counts for Sequencing Experiments

How many reads do I need? What's my sequencing depth? These are common questions I get all the time. Calculating how much sequence data you need to hit a target depth of coverage, or the inverse, what's the coverage depth given a set amount of sequenci...

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Stop Shiny and Close Browser Together

May 26, 2016
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Stop Shiny and Close Browser Together

I’ve been playing with shiny at work for a project Tyler and I have been pushing forward. My Goal We wanted to be able to deploy local instances of shiny app and then when user is done with session, the user can close out the session by closing the browser and shutting down shiny server at same time. StackOverflow...

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Some Thoughts On Shiny Open Source: Internal Load Balancing

May 23, 2016
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Some Thoughts On Shiny Open Source: Internal Load Balancing

  Shiny is an interesting web framework that helps create a web application quickly. If it targets a large number of users, however, there are several limitations and it is so true when the open Read More ...

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Shiny Apps Gallery using Plotly in R

May 7, 2016
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Shiny Apps Gallery using Plotly in R

Announcing the new shiny apps gallery that showcases the use of Plotly’s R API in Shiny Applications. You can visit the gallery here: https://plot.ly/r/shiny-gallery/ Apps showcase the use of a variety of plotly features including: Adding interactive plotly graphs using plotlyOutput() Embedding ggplot style visualizations using ggplotly() Accessing click, hover and zoom events using event_data()

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ShinyDevCon videos now available

May 6, 2016
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This past January, we held the first ever Shiny Developer Conference. It was a chance to gather together a group of intermediate to advanced Shiny users, and take their skills to the next level. It was an exciting event for me in particular, as I’ve been dying to share some of these intermediate and advanced

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Shiny JavaScript Tutorials

May 6, 2016
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Shiny JavaScript Tutorials

We are happy to announce a new series of tutorials that will take your Shiny apps to the next level. In the tutorials, Herman Sontrop and Erwin Schuijtvlot of FRISS will teach you how to create custom JavaScript widgets and embed them into your Shiny apps. The JavaScript language is a powerful tool when combined

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Image Recognition and Object Detection with R/Shiny and Google Vision

May 1, 2016
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Image Recognition and Object Detection with R/Shiny and Google Vision

Image recognition and object detection has been around for some years. However, usage and adoption was limited due to quality and ease of development. With the release of Microsoft’s Project Oxford, and Google’s Vision API, the accessibility and applicability has massively improved. Both APIs use REST API access and provide an excellent opportunity for the average developer...

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Improve your shiny dashboard with Disqus panel

April 19, 2016
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Getting users feedback is always a pleasant moment. In most cases in World of Open Source we are creating tools and applications for people and we love to hear that someone thinks our (generally pet) project is useful. Mostly this moment is nicer than any paycheck. But how author can enable easy contact with him as the...

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Shiny module design patterns: Pass module inputs to other modules

April 19, 2016
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Shiny module design patterns: Pass module inputs to other modules

Continuing in the series of shiny module design patterns, this post covers how to pass all the inputs from one module to another. TL;DR Return input from within the server call. Store the callModule() result in a variable. Pass the variable into arguments for other modules. Access the variable like you would input. Steal the The post

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