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Add a shinyApp to a presentation

Add a shinyApp to a presentation: Creating Interactive Presentations with Shiny and R
Add a shinyApp to a presentation: Creating Interactive Presentations with Shiny and R

Shiny content can be embedded into RMarkdown presentations and reports, through the use of the shinyApp function. The shinyApp function consists of two named arguments - ui and server which define client-side and server-side content, respectively. The server argument defines a function dependent on input and output variables; input variables are in controllers (typically in the ui argument) and output objects are defined in the server argument, these are generated using render* functions and then displayed in the ui with *output functions. This video tutorial introduces the basic structure of the shinyApp function and how to use it to embed interactive content into your RMarkdown presentations.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Big Data IT RStudio Shiny

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