This is gonna be a short post about a little trick I’ve been using while developing Shiny Apps. (Spoiler: nothing revolutionary) A browser anywhere, anytime The first thing to do is to insert an action button, and a browser() in the observeEvent() watching this button. This is a standard approach: at any time, you just press this button, and you’re inside the Shiny Application — then, you can access the value of the reactiveValues and run the reactive elements, accessing the values they have at the moment you’ve pressed the button. This approach works, and it’s robust. But here’s the issue: it’s kind of cumbersomeRead More →

Once upon a time, there was a team of fearless R knights who started a new quest: they were missioned to bring the almighty Google Auth into the wonderful world of ShinyProxy. Here is their story, told from the inside.   In the beginning, there was a container For those amongst our readers who do not know ShinyProxy, this open source project by Open Analytics is designed to deploy a server which can run multiple Shiny Apps, and where each new shiny app is launched in a new session. In a few words, what ShinyProxy does is basically connecting a server to a list ofRead More →

Because I was tired of typing the same thing over and over. I finally took the time to make myself a little Rstudio snippet. To do this just go to Tools > global Option > code > edit snippet and to add in the list these few lines : snippet aa ${1:dataset} <- ${1:dataset} %>% ${0} This is the Result :Read More →