Mastodon: Sharing R Resources

I am delighted I have a Mastodon account (@KeithLyons). It provides a 500 character space for each toot.

It came to my help today.

I follow Mara Averick (@dataandme) on Twitter. I have been offline for a couple of days and found a treasure trove of links on her account.

I posted this:

I had hoped to use David Libeau’s WordPress plugin to post my toot in the way that Twitter is embedded … but that remains a work in progress.

The links Mara shared that are of direct relevance to #cssia17 included:

 
R powered web applications with Shiny (a tutorial and cheat sheet with 40 example apps)

“Creating and running simple web applications is relatively easy and there are great resources for doing this. But when you want more control of the application functionality understanding the key concepts is challenging. To help you navigate the creation of satisfying Shiny applications we’ve assembled example code below that demonstrates some of the key concepts.”

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