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Function cocktailApp [cocktailApp v0.2.1]
keywords
shiny
title
cocktailApp .
description
A shiny app to explore cocktails. The app allows you to enter ingredients that a cocktail must have, or ingredients that it must not have. One can filter by number of ingredients, minimum rating, minimum ‘t stat’ (computed as the rating minus the T stat zero all multiplied by the square root of the number of ratings). One can also search for cocktail by regex. In the main tab, titled “drinks”, one can find a table with the summaries of matching cocktails. Selecting rows of this table will cause the cocktail table below to be populated with more details on each selected cocktail. Selecting rows will also populate the bar chart in the “plots” tab. If two or more ingredients are selected, drinks with non-zero quantities of both of these will be shown in a ternary plot in the “tern” tab. In the “other” tab is a table with common co-ingredients of the selected ingredients. A co-ingredient is an ingredient that commonly occurs with the selected ingredient, as measured by the number of cocktails, and by ‘rho’, which is like a correlation based on the proportion. A checkbox labelled, “Hobson's Choice” allows you to populate the cocktail table with five random cocktails that meet the numerical filters on number of ingredients, rating, and so on, but which do not meet the ingredient selections. Unselecting and re-selecting the checkbox selects a new set of random cocktails. Note that the random selection is not responsive to changes in the numerical filters.
Function renderGvis [googleVis v0.6.2]
keywords
shiny
title
renderGvis
description
This function lets you use googleVis charts as Shiny output. Use it to wrap a googleVis-generating function that you assign to an output element in server.R; then create an htmlOutput with the same name in ui.R.
Function runEnsDbApp [ensembldb v1.4.7]
keywords
shiny
title
Search annotations interactively
description
This function starts the interactive EnsDb shiny web application that allows to look up gene/transcript/exon annotations from an EnsDb annotation package installed locally.
Function runGUI [paramGUI v2.1.3]
keywords
shiny
title
Run paramGUI
description
Runs the shiny paramGUI app.
Function stmgui-package [stmgui v0.1.6]
keywords
stm, shiny
title
\Sexpr[results=rd,stage=build]{tools:::Rd_package_title("#1")}stmguiShiny Application for Creating STM Models
description
\Sexpr[results=rd,stage=build]{tools:::Rd_package_description("#1")}stmguiProvides an application that acts as a GUI for the 'stm' text analysis package.
Function plotSEMM_GUI [plotSEMM v2.4]
keywords
shiny
title
PlotSEMM GUI
description
Graphical user interface with the shiny package. Supports manual input as well as importing from precomputed Mplus files. An online tutorial and additional materials can be found at http://www.yorku.ca/pek/index_files/appendices.htm
Function NTplot [HH v3.1-37]
keywords
shiny
title
Specify plots to illustrate Normal and t Hypothesis Tests or Confidence Intervals, including normal approximation to the binomial.
description
Specify plots to illustrate Normal and t Hypothesis Tests or Confidence Intervals, including normal approximation to the binomial.
Function bivariateNormal [HH v3.1-37]
keywords
shiny
title
Plot the bivariate normal density using wireframe for specified rho.
description
Plot the bivariate normal density using wireframe for specified rho. There is a shiny app that allows this to be done dynamically.
Function likert [HH v3.1-37]
keywords
shiny
title
Diverging stacked barcharts for Likert, semantic differential, rating scale data, and population pyramids.
description
Constructs and plots diverging stacked barcharts for Likert, semantic differential, rating scale data, and population pyramids.
Function pyramidLikert [HH v3.1-37]
keywords
shiny
title
Print a Likert plot as a Population Triangle
description
Prints a likert plot in the traditional format for a population pyramid, with the Left and Right sides in separate panels, with the x-tick marks on the left side made positive, and with the y-axis in the Middle.