It’s easy to get down the basics of R and Shiny, but the learning curve becomes significantly steeper after a point. Reactive values? Reactive events? Reactive observers? Let’s face it...continue reading.
Category: R Programming
R Quarto is a next-gen version of R Markdown. The best thing is – it’s not limited to R programming language. It’s also available in Python, Julia, and Observable. In...continue reading.
It’s crucial you address R Shiny accessibility early on. Why? Because you want to make sure your data products can be used by all users – inclusivity matters. In a...continue reading.
The rstudio::conf is quickly approaching and we at Appsilon are so excited. It’s like waiting for your birthday; knowing full well that there will be surprises, presents, and lots of...continue reading.
Creating a beautiful, professional, and user-approved UI plays a vital role in the success of any project. Applications developed using Shiny are no exception. The Shiny package comes with its...continue reading.
Are your Shiny dashboards getting slow? Maybe it’s time to explore some R Shiny caching options. We’ve been there – a client wants dozens of charts on a single dashboard...continue reading.
User adoption is an important metric for any application’s success. But measuring adoption hasn’t always been a priority for Shiny developers. We think it’s time to change this. So today...continue reading.
Being able to monitor user behavior lets you know why something works (or doesn’t) in your dashboard. It helps build your user adoption strategy with user behavior analytics. So what’s...continue reading.
Probably the most common question I get from new data science students is, “Which language should I learn … R or Python?” This is a somewhat complex question to answer,...continue reading.
Visual Representation of Text Data Sets using the R tm and wordcloud packages: part one, Beginner’s Guide
Visual Representation of Text Data Sets Using the R tm and wordcloud Packages: Part One Douglas M. Wiig This paper is the next installment in series that examines the use...continue reading.
Taking a jpg image and converting it to raster, getting pixelized data manipulation of the image and plot a scatter image. Sound like another useless R function, that can produce...continue reading.
Generating password is a hustle and I don’t want to go into the philosophy of passwords. Strong password, lengthy password, automatically generated password, etc. For me, they are all hard...continue reading.
Another post on the series of useless-useful R functions. This time more on the fun side and only using paste() function for concatenation and sample() function for selection of random...continue reading.