Categorized as "Shiny"

Free drawing distributions with shinysense

One of the areas of expertise at Cramer Fish Sciences is watershed and habitat restoration. In the context of that work, we are often faced with estimating how much rearing habitat is needed to support a specified number of juvenile salmonids (or how many juvenile salmonids are supported by a specified amount of rearing habitat).

DSM2 interactive map

The Delta Simulation Model II (DSM2) is a hydrodynamic model used for Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta planning and management. When working with DSM2 output, I frequently need to look up the location of channels, nodes, and stations in the model.

DataTables from the DT package as a Shiny CRUD app interface

Shiny Scorekeeper is a basketball scorekeeper app built with the Shiny web framework for R. I’ve written about the motivation for creating Shiny Scorekeeper on my projects page. The short version is that I needed a new app for scoring video of my son’s basketball games and I decided it would be a good learning experience to try to build my own.

Deploying a Shiny app as a desktop application with Electron

In developing the DSM2 HYDRO Viz Tool, we were faced with deciding how to deploy a Shiny app that required interaction with large local files. I first heard about the possibility of using Electron to deploy Shiny apps as standalone desktop applications in this talk by Katie Sasso, but it wasn’t until I discovered the R Shiny Electron (RSE) template that I decided to take the plunge.