Interactions & Frameworks
Materials for class on Monday, November 18, 2019
Quiz 3 grades.
Problem Set 4 posted. We’ll spend the last half of class starting this.
DataCamp 4 due 11:59pm on Tuesday, Nov 26.
Tweet(s) of the day:
🎅 Major announcement for #rstats shiny addicts🎅:— David Granjon (@divadnojnarg) November 28, 2018
Excited to officially introduce RinteRface, a collection of open-source HTML templates for #shiny and more 🦄
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RinteRface includes several web frameworks as R packages including:
Creating PowerPoint using R
Tarun Sharma will show a quick demo on using
officer package to create PowerPoints using R. RStudio Cloud project
We’ll heavily use our RStudio Cloud project for sample Shiny apps.
- Review app 93 (basic interactions)93-107 apps are interactive Shiny Apps
, app 114 (Modal Dialog/Pop Ups) and others.
Next, we’ll use this RStudio.Cloud project to introduce interaction (
shinydashboard and related
/shinydashboard/ folder), last other helpful shiny widgets (
The last hour of class will be time for you to work with your groups or begin Problem Set 4.
1. Brusing & interaction:
- JJ Alaire’s
flexdashboardshiny-enabled brushing, John Coene’s
echarts4rinteractivity is based on
crosstalk, e.g., see this brushing/slider tutorial.
plotlySpecifically see Chapter 15-17 of Carson Sievert’s book.
3. Helper functions:
shinyWidgets / shiny demo, and
4. Optional slides
- Week 10: Interactions and Week 11: Views by Alexander Lex, CS-5630 / CS-6630 Visualization for Data Science