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Embedding Shiny Apps for Interactive Data Analysis
Shiny Apps are great tool for creating interactive R programs which can be embedded into any web page.
Depending on the app, it can be built as a dashboard for reporting and analysis, extracting data or even running fully fledged machine learning algorithms based on your requirements.
This example walks you through creating an interactive Leaflet Map, publishing it to a Shiny Server and embedding it in your website.
Adding Multi-column Formats to R Markdown Documents
A well-hidden feature in markdown is the DIV notation that lets you create multi-column format in your outputs. Extremely useful for displaying tabular content or tables alongside the accompanying graph.
Here's a quick example of the latter using R Markdown.
Better Looking Tables with kable in Your R Markdown Documents
If you're using knitr with R markdown documents, you've probably come across the ubiquitous Xtable to display your dataframes and had to wrestle with either LaTeX or css to get the tables displaying with any sense of readability. The kable package comes with a lot of easy to use features including bootstrap styling to make life much easier.