A gRadual intRoduction to Shiny

A Workshop that covers the basics behind learning Shiny.

workshop
free
Authors

Ted Laderas

Jessica Minnier

Dar’ya Pozhidayeva

Pierrette Lo

Published

January 28, 2021

Description

This was a two hour workshop given for OHSU BioData Club on 2021-01-28 introducing the basic concepts of Shiny. It runs about two hours long.

There are videos for each part, along with slides. We use an RStudio.cloud project to try the basic Shiny concepts.

Audience

Intermediate R users and students. Students should be familiar with {ggplot2}, {dplyr}, and how functions work.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the basic architecture of Shiny Apps
  • Learn how server and ui communicate with the input and output objects
  • Add ggplot2 code to our app and display it with plotOutput and renderOutput
  • Add a control to control the aesthetics of our ggplot
  • Make a reactive dataset using reactive expressions and control it with a slider
  • Use {plotly} to add tooltips to our data
  • Learn about the Shiny Widget Gallery and how to use it to add controls to your app

Citation

BibTeX citation:
@online{laderas2021,
  author = {Ted Laderas and Ted Laderas and Jessica Minnier and Dar’ya
    Pozhidayeva and Pierrette Lo},
  title = {A {gRadual} {intRoduction} to {Shiny}},
  date = {2021-01-28},
  url = {https://laderast.github.io//edu/2021-03-20-a-gradual-introduction-to-shiny},
  langid = {en}
}
For attribution, please cite this work as:
Ted Laderas, Ted Laderas, Jessica Minnier, Dar’ya Pozhidayeva, and Pierrette Lo. 2021. “A gRadual intRoduction to Shiny.” January 28, 2021. https://laderast.github.io//edu/2021-03-20-a-gradual-introduction-to-shiny.