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Why use Shiny?

Why use Shiny?: Creating Interactive Presentations with Shiny and R
Why use Shiny?: Creating Interactive Presentations with Shiny and R

Shiny is a framework for developing interactive charts, data visualisations and applications to be hosted on the web using the R language. It consists of a library which renders HTML and JavaScript and a server-side application; this server-side application allows R code to be interpteted and updated based on interactions with the browser-embedded Shiny element. is Shiny server running service that allows RStudio users to directly publish their applications to the web. Learn how Shiny and provides the ability for you to create interactive web applications entirely in the R language in this online video.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 53m
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Big Data IT RStudio Shiny Rmd

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