touchKnobInput

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Highly configurable, touch-enabled knob input for Shiny

Highly configurable, touch-enabled knob input for Shiny

Usage
touchKnobInput(
  inputId,
  label = NULL,
  labelPosition = "top",
  width = "auto",
  step = "any",
  min = 0,
  max = 1,
  initial = 0.5,
  color = "orange",
  indicatorDot = TRUE,
  indicatorRingType = "positive",
  dragResistance = 100,
  wheelResistance = 100,
  globalRatePolicy = NULL,
  globalRatePolicyDelay = 500
)
Arguments
inputId

The input slot that will be used to access the value.

label

Optional label for knob

labelPosition

Position of label ('top' or 'bottom')

width

Width of the knob as a percentage of the container element

step

The step amount for value changes, usually used with min and max parameters. Can be 'any' (no step)

min

The minimum input value.

max

The maximum input value.

initial

Initial value of the knob. Knob resets to this value when double-clicked.

color

The color to use for the indicator ring fill, focus indicator, and indicator dot (if present). You can set any *hex* color (ex : '#0F1BC3') or named color, choices are 'purple', 'blue', 'green', 'yellow', 'red', 'orange' or 'transparent' to disable

indicatorDot

Whether the knob should display an indicator dot for making it easier to read the current value. (TRUE or FALSE)

indicatorRingType

The fill style for the indicator ring. 'positive' - color fills in from the left as value increases. 'negative' - color fills in from the right as value decreases. 'split' - color fills left/right from middle as value increases/decreases relative to the middle value (half-way between min and max)Type of knob can be 'positive' (clockwise), 'negative' (counter-clockwise) or 'split' (plus/minus vs center position)

dragResistance

The amount of resistance to value change on mouse/touch drag events. Higher value means more precision, and the user will have to drag farther to change the input's value. (0 to 100)

wheelResistance

The amount of resistance to value change on mouse wheel scroll. Higher value means more precision, and the mouse wheel will be less effective at changing the input's value. (0 to 100)

globalRatePolicy

Rate policy determining the behavior of output value events. NULL will output values in real-time, 'debounce' will output values once the knob stops moving, 'throttle' will output values while the knob is moving but only at a certain frequency (controlled with ratePolicyDelay). This setting will affect every touchKnobInput in the project.

globalRatePolicyDelay

Delay to use when globalRatePolicy is set to 'throttle' or 'debounce'. This setting will affect every touchKnobInput in the project.

Value

Numeric value server-side.

Aliases
  • touchKnobInput
Examples
# NOT RUN {
if (interactive()) {

library("shiny")
library("shinyKnobs")

ui <- fluidPage(
  touchKnobInput(
    inputId = "myKnob",
    label = "A label...",
    initial = 0,
    width = "25%",
    min = -50,
    max = 50,
    color = "#428BCA"
  ),
  verbatimTextOutput(outputId = "res")
)

server <- function(input, output, session) {

  output$res <- renderPrint(input$myKnob)

}

shinyApp(ui = ui, server = server)

}
# }
Documentation reproduced from package shinyKnobs, version 0.1.3, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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