Shiny offers the ability to implement interactive interfaces to R code. The framework gained a lot of traction in recent years, and is used to create a wild variety of dashboards.
While many shiny applications run on servers, recent additions make it possible to include interactivity in R notebooks and R Markdown documents, build interfaces into packages or distribute them as github repositories.
In this course we cover the basics of Shiny and reactive programming, the paradigm on which shiny is built.
We cover the following topics:
Participants will have ample opportunity to practice hands-on the concepts learnt.
Fees and registration form are available on the website of the Academy for Lifelong Learning of the Faculty of Sciences (UGent).
Are you a researcher, data manager or related professional from the academic world or the industry? Are you an experienced R user who wants to provide interfaces to your code? Then this course is for you.
The participants are expected to be fluent in R, including the use of functions and visualisation using ggplot. The material covered in Module 10 of this year's program is considered known.
There is no exam connected to this module. Participants who attend in all five classes receive a certificate of attendance via e-mail at the end of the course.
This is an on campus course. We offer blended learning options if, exceptionally, you can't attend a session on campus.
Five Tuesday evenings in April and May 2023: April 18 and 25, May 2, 9 and 16, 2023, from 5.30 pm to 9 pm
Faculty of Science, Campus Sterre, Krijgslaan 281, Building S9, Ghent