Shiny Essentials 2017-07-25T15:27:24+00:00

Shiny Essentials

Learning to use Shiny is easier than you may think. Many R users have already learned to use Shiny to create attractive, interactive data products. These webinar will help you do the same.

In Part 1 of this talk, Garrett Grolemund will show you how to start building your own Shiny apps. You’ll learn how to create the basic ingredients of an app—a set of inputs, a set of outputs, an attractive layout, and a set of instructions that describe how your app will react. He will also demonstrate several helpful patterns that you can use in your apps.

In Part 2, Garrett Grolemund will show you how to write the instructions that describe how your app will react. He will also demonstrate several helpful patterns that you can use in your apps. Don’t worry if you missed Part 1, How to Build a Shiny App. You can watch it ahead of time here. Look for Part 3, How to Customize your App’s Appearance.

In Part 3, Garrett Grolemund will show you how to customize the appearance of your app. You will learn how to arrange the components of your app into an attractive layout, as well as how to change the appearance of text, images, and other HTML elements in your app.

In a static report, you answer known questions. With a dynamic report, you give the reader the tools to answer their own questions. Unleash the full flexibility of analytic app development with Shiny.

In this talk, Winston Chang will discuss how to use R and Shiny to quickly create data dashboards. You’ll also get a glimpse of some new features in Shiny for presenting and interacting with data. He will also demonstrate how you can easily deploy apps to the web via RStudio’s hosting service shinyapps.io.

A tour of the shinyapps.io product from RStudio with questions and answers by Tareef Kawaf and Andy Kipp.