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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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Authentication Proxy on Shiny Open Source

December 28, 2016
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A year ago i wrote about a way to authenticate shiny with Auth0, using Apache: http://blog.datascienceheroes.com/adding-authentication-to-shiny-open-source-edition/ This method works but has some issues, Sebastian Peyrott has written an excellent new blogpost that explains how to add authentication to the Open Source edition of Shiny from scratch,

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Building Shiny App exercises part 3

December 25, 2016
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Building Shiny App exercises part 3

ADD CONTROL WIDGETS Welcome to the third part of our series. In this part you will learn how to build and place inside your app the rest of the widgets which were mentioned in part 2. More specifically we will analyze: 1) helptext, 2) numericInput, 3) radioButtons, 4) selectInput, 5) sliderInput and 6) textInput. As

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Shiny App for MBA Interviews

December 20, 2016
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A couple of weeks ago I attended some interviews as part of my process for admission into an MBA program. While most candidates would pore over the possible questions and then try to teach them to a third party to help them with a mock interview, I decided to expedite the process by building a shiny app in R. In...

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ShinyProxy 0.8.0

December 19, 2016
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Monday 19 December 2016 - 08:16 ShinyProxy is a novel, open source platform to deploy Shiny apps for the enterprise or larger organizations. In our last blog post we mentioned the need people felt to integrate Shiny apps in content management systems like Drupal. Release 0.7.8 added one...

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Building Shiny App exercises part 2

December 18, 2016
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Building Shiny App exercises part 2

ADD CONTROL WIDGETS In the second part of our series you will see how to add control widgets in your Shiny app. Widget is a web element that your users can interact with. The widgets provided by Shiny are: FUNCTIONS actionButton: Action Button checkboxGroupInput: A group of check boxes checkboxInput: A single check box dateInput:

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How to build a Shiny app for disease- & trait-associated locations of the human genome

December 17, 2016
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This app is based on the gwascat R package and its ebicat38 database and shows trait-associated SNP locations of the human genome. You can visualize and compare the genomic locations of up to 8 traits simultaneously. The National Human Genome Research...

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Reproducible Finance with R: A Shiny ETF Map

December 16, 2016
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by Jonathan Regenstein In a previous post, we built an R Notebook that laid the groundwork for a Shiny app that allows users to graph country ETFs by clicking on a world map. In today’s Fun Friday post, we’ll charge forth to build that app, again using a flexdashboard so that we can stay in

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Dynamically generated Shiny UI

December 15, 2016
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Dynamically generated Shiny UI

Gábor Csárdi — Mango Solutions Joe Cheng — RStudio Introduction It is not uncommon that the user interface of a Shiny application needs to be generated dynamically, based on data or program state. One typical use case that we encounter … Continue reading →

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Building Shiny App exercises part 1

December 12, 2016
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Building Shiny App exercises part 1

INTRODUCTION TO SHINY Shiny is a package from RStudio that can be used to build interactive web pages with RStudio which is is an open source set of integrated tools designed to help you be more productive with R and you can download it from here. Use the examples in this tutorial to “take a

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