Interactive R Visualizations using Shiny and Clickme

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A talk I gave at the Boston University Statistics Student Seminar on April 3rd 2014. The link with the source code I used in the demo is at bit.ly/bustats2014

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  • Hello!
    Thanks for the presentation! I am interested in trying to use clickme with Shiny. I was wondering if you published some examples of this integration, so that I can realize if it is easy enough for me to repeat and use it.
    Thanks!
    Cheers,
    Nelly
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Interactive R Visualizations using Shiny and Clickme

  1. 1. Interactive R Visualizations using Shiny and Clickme Nacho Caballero
  2. 2. Traditional plots are static
  3. 3. Javascript visualizations are interactive
  4. 4. Shiny transforms your data into an interactive app
  5. 5. Clickme displays your data in an interactive plot
  6. 6. data <- data.frame(x=c(1,2,3), y=c(4,5,6)) R input
  7. 7. data <- data.frame(x=c(1,2,3), y=c(4,5,6)) R input <script> var data = {{placeholder}}; interactive_plot(data); </script> Clickme Template
  8. 8. data <- data.frame(x=c(1,2,3), y=c(4,5,6)) R input <script> var data = {{placeholder}}; interactive_plot(data); </script> Clickme Template clickme(template, data)
  9. 9. data <- data.frame(x=c(1,2,3), y=c(4,5,6)) R input <script> var data = {{placeholder}}; interactive_plot(data); </script> Clickme Template <html> <script type="javascript"> var data = ["x": 1, "y": 4, "x": 2, "y": 5, "x": 3, "y": 6]; interactive_plot(data); </script> </html> Interactive Visualization clickme(template, data)
  10. 10. bit.ly/bustats2014

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