R Shiny Dashboard Cheat Sheet
The Sliders app demonstrates the many capabilities of slider controls, including the ability to run an animation sequence.
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To run the example locally type:
Shiny slider controls are extremely capable and customizable. Features supported include:
- The ability to input both single values and ranges
- Custom formats for value display (e.g for currency)
- The ability to animate the slider across a range of values
Slider controls are created by calling the
sliderInput function. The UI demonstrates using sliders with a variety of options:
The server side of the Slider application is very straightforward – it creates a data frame containing all of the input values and then renders it as an HTML table:
You have two package options for building Shiny dashboards:
Easy interactive dashboards for R that
- use R Markdown to publish a group of related data visualizations as a dashboard,
- support a wide variety of components including htmlwidgets; base, lattice, and grid graphics; tabular data; gauges and value boxes; and text annotations,
- are flexible and easy to specify row and column-based layouts with intelligent re-sizing to fill the browser and adapted for display on mobile devices,
- offer storyboard layouts for presenting sequences of visualizations and related commentary, and
- optionally use Shiny to drive visualizations dynamically.
See documentation and demos on the flexdashboard homepage.
See documentation and demos on the shinydashboard homepage. Here, in addition to instructions for getting started, you can also browse example dashboards built with
shinydashboard, along with their source code.
Comparison of two options
Shiny Cheat Sheet
|R Markdown||Shiny UI code|
|Super easy||Not quite as easy|
|Static or dynamic||Dynamic|
|CSS flexbox layout||Bootstrap grid layout|
For more on this topic, see the following resources: