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Matt Pocernich and Alex Woolford will be giving a talk on Shiny.

Shiny is a package developed by the very clever people at Rstudio - allows one with little or no knowledge of html or javascript to develop a browser based - interactive application using R. By interactive, we mean a user can send some inputs to R via buttons, sliders, menus or boxes and the inputs are immediately reflected in the R output - typically tables or figures. This talk will describe some of the basics functions in the packages and demonstrate there use. For a nice overview see

The meet up will be at UC Denver,[masked]th St Denver CO in room 470.

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  • Matt P.

    Just to give people a heads up. The Avalanche are playing at home tonight. Game time is at 7. My guess is that this messes up traffic along Speer a bit and maybe the parking lots west of UCD. Bike and bus riders needn't worry.

    March 12, 2013

  • Mais Tawfik A.

    Sorry can't make it.

    March 11, 2013

  • Cynthia

    I can't make it.

    March 10, 2013

  • Tymen S.

    I've been a beta tester for one of the Shiny-Rstudio provided servers. I'm really impressed with what they 're providing. I'm curious as to whether it may be more useful to use as a web service or as a source for collaborative analyses or even to be used as an education resource to lower the steep learning curve of R-ie a students wouldn't have to go through setting up all the tools, and can learn statistics while the professor could ensure there is sufficient documentation-and thus the student could focus more on learning stats and less time battling confusing error messages.

    March 7, 2013

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