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Shiny Developers Conference Review

February 1, 2016
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Shiny Developers Conference Review

by Aimee Gott               Late in 2015 I was delighted to receive an invite to the inaugural Shiny Developers Conference to be held in Stanford, California. I didn’t have to think twice about wanting … Continue reading →

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Shiny Developer Conference

January 31, 2016
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Shiny Developer Conference

Really enjoying RStudio‘s Shiny Developer Conference | Stanford University | January 2016. Winston Chang just demonstrated profvis, really slick. You can profile code just by wrapping it in a profvis({}) block and the results are exported as interactive HTML widgets. For example, running the R code below: if(!('profvis' %in% rownames(installed.packages()))) { devtools::install_github('rstudio/profvis') } library('profvis') nrow … Continue reading...

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Need any more reason to love R-Shiny? Here: you can even use Shiny to create simple games!

January 26, 2016
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Need any more reason to love R-Shiny? Here: you can even use Shiny to create simple games!

Anyone who reads my blog posts knows by now that I’m very enthusiastic about Shiny (the web app framework for R - if you didn’t know what Shiny is then I suggest reading my previous post about it). One of my reasons for liking Shiny so much is that you can do so much more with it than...

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Shiny 0.13.0

January 20, 2016
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Shiny 0.13.0

Shiny 0.13.0 is now available on CRAN! This release has some of the most exciting features we’ve shipped since the first version of Shiny. Highlights include: Shiny Gadgets HTML templates Shiny modules Error stack traces Checking for missing inputs New JavaScript events For a comprehensive list of changes, see the NEWS file. To install the

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Introduction to R Shiny Web Applications

January 18, 2016
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Shiny is a web framework for R developers. Shiny allows users to develop websites that help present their analyses to users by allowing the analyses to be interactive through a web-based interfaces. Shiny web-interfaces are programmed in R without the need to develop anything in HTML, CSS, or Javascript, although Shiny is flexible enough to Read More ...The...

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NBA Stat in a Shiny App

January 16, 2016
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IntroductionShiny app is a new way to present data interactively. Unlike methods like D3, shiny performs complex calculation in real time. As a result, shiny app is more powerful and versatile. However, this also means one cannot simply embed an interactive shiny app in an html document. It needs to be hosted on a shiny server. I rented one...

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Mini AI app using TensorFlow and Shiny

January 14, 2016
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Mini AI app using TensorFlow and Shiny

tr;dr Simple image recognition app using TensorFlow and Shiny About My weekend was full of deep learning and AI programming so as a milestone I made a simple image recognition app that: Takes an image input uploaded to Shiny UI Performs image recognition using TensorFlow Plots detected objects and scores in wordcloud App This app is to demonstrate powerful image recognition...

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Review: Learning Shiny

January 5, 2016
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Review: Learning Shiny

I was asked to review Learning Shiny (Hernán G. Resnizky, Packt Publishing, 2015). I found the book to be useful, motivating and generally easy to read. I'd already spent some time dabbling with Shiny, but the book helped me graduate from paddling in the shallows to wading out into the Shiny sea. The book states The post

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Explorable, multi-tabbed reports in R and Shiny

January 2, 2016
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Explorable, multi-tabbed reports in R and Shiny

I take a prior example of multi-tabbed reports and rework it in R and Shiny, with some data visualization improvements.

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The R-Podcast Episode 15: Introduction to Shiny

December 31, 2015
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Just in time for the new year is a new episode of the R-Podcast! I give a brief introduction to the Shiny package for creating web applications using R code, provide some of my tips and tricks I have learned (sometimes the hard way) when creating appl...

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