Shiny Server 188.8.131.524 and Shiny Server Pro 184.108.40.2060 are now available. The Shiny Server 1.5.x release family upgrades our underlying Node.js engine from 0.10.47 to 6.9.1. The impetus for this change was not stability or performance, but because the 0.10.x release family has reached the end of its life. We highly recommend that you test
Monday 31 October 2016 - 15:58
ShinyProxy is a novel, open source platform to deploy Shiny apps for the enterprise or larger organizations.
Why is this needed?
There is currently no valid open source alternative that offers this functionality.
Guest post by AVNER KANTOR I used the wonderful tutorial of Dean Attall to set my machine in Google cloud. After I finished to configure it successfully I wanted to redirect my domain to the Shiny application URL. This is a short description how you can do it. The first step is changing the domain … Continue...
To stay on top of R in the news, we’re sharing some stories related to R published last week. Interactive Data Visualization Using the Shiny App!(Saurav Kaushik) This is one of the best tutorials on Shiny that I have seen, and anything that says interactive next to data visualization really should get the top story
Today I wanted to try something new; so instead of discussing a project, let’s briefly take a look at an R Package I’ve recently discovered. Before we being let me just mention that I realize not everyone uses R or have even used it before, instead my focus here will be on the technology, innovation,
Shiny Server 220.127.116.115 and Shiny Server Pro 18.104.22.1686 are now available! This release includes new features to support Shiny 0.14. It also updates our Node.js to 0.10.47, which includes important security fixes for SSL/TLS. Connection robustness (a.k.a. grey-outs) Shiny’s architecture is built on top of websockets, which are long-lived network connections between the browser and an R
If there’s one word that could describe the default styling of Shiny applications, it might be “minimalist.” Shiny’s UI components are built using the Bootstrap web framework, and unless the appearance is customized, the application will be mostly white and light gray. Fortunately, it’s easy to add a bit of flavor to your Shiny application,
During the summer, we've worked silently but relentlessly to set up a departmental server that could run R-Shiny applications. There's a bunch of us in the department doing work on R and producing packages and so we thought it'd be a good idea to disseminate our research. Which is just as...
Extending accessibility of open-source statistical software to the masses: A shiny case study
University of Iowa
R is an open source statistical programming language.
Common statistical procedures are found...
Guest post by Jonathan Sidi, Metrum Research Group Overview D3js is a great tool to visualize complex data in a dynamic way. But how can the visualization be part of the natural workflow? Creating new reactive elements through the integration of Shiny with d3js objects allows us to solve this problem. Through Shiny we let the server observe the d3...