I presented to this year’s Triad Developers Conference on March 10. The talk was a hands-on guide titled Building Web Applications in R, which took participants through the initial steps of building a Shiny application, and also building an openCPU application.
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When the early versions of Shiny were released in 2012, my career changed forever.
I’m not exaggerating. Shiny generalized data analysis – instead of tweaking code and parameters and plots every time a client needed to see a slight variation of existing output, I could build a user interface that would produce the same analysis for ANY inputs.
The researcher could check for themselves, without needing a round trip back to me. We could move faster, and more effectively.
Five years late, Shiny has no equal.
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Are you sure your regression weights are correct in R?
I used to be sure! Then I found out I was wrong.
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