Have you ever found yourself asking “how can I make sure I don’t miss the next version release of package X”? That’s the exact problem I set out to solve...continue reading.
Author: Dean Attali's R Blog
If you’re reading this, you’ve either encountered this problem before, or you just got to this article out of curiosity (in which case you probably don’t know what problem I’m...continue reading.
Last week, my brand new DataCamp course Shiny Case Studies was finally released after being in the works for a full year! Check out the course This is an online...continue reading.
A brand new shiny package has entered the world yesterday: shinyalert. It does only one thing, but does it well: show a message to the user in a modal (aka...continue reading.
For those who aren’t familiar with the colourpicker package, it provides a colour picker for R that can be used in Shiny, as well as other related tools. Today it’s...continue reading.
Click here to explore the data for yourself First off — I’ll admit that was my poor attempt at a click-bait title. But if you’re still reading the next paragraph,...continue reading.
You’ve just made an amazing plot in R, and the only thing remaining is finding the right colours to use. Arghhh this part is never fun… You’re probably familiar with...continue reading.
I’d like to share some tips and recommendations on building htmlwidgets, based on my own learning experience while creating timevis. These tips are mostly concerned with making your htmlwidget more...continue reading.
This document contains a collection of various Shiny tricks that I commonly use or that I know many people ask about. Each link contains a complete functional Shiny app that...continue reading.
Analyzing my (and others’) git activity – Click here to explore the data yourself Yesterday I saw this retweet from @timelyportfolio that links to a gist by @gka. The gist...continue reading.
RStudio addins were released in early 2016 to provide anyone with the ability to add “extensions” to RStudio. This feature has quickly become popular, but discoverability was a problem: there...continue reading.
TL;DR Click here to play a puzzle game written entirely in Shiny (source code). Anyone who reads my blog posts knows by now that I’m very enthusiastic about Shiny (the...continue reading.
A new package has hit the CRAN shelves this week. While knitr is one of the most useful R packages in existence, ezknitr is a simple extension to it that...continue reading.
NOTE: the colour input described here is no longer part of shinyjs and is now available in the colourpicker package instead. I don’t always think Shiny is missing anything, but...continue reading.
About a month ago I made an announcement about the initial release of shinyjs. After some feedback, a few feature requests, and numerous hours of work, I’m excited to say...continue reading.
If you want help setting up your Shiny Server, a 1-on-1 walk-through or tutorial, or just general consultation about using Shiny Server, I’m available for hire. If you’ve always wanted...continue reading.