Recently, I gave a presentation on R Shiny Apps to an FPM (PhD) class. Although the session was quite brief in itself, we developed a small central limit theorem demonstrator. It’s not feature-rich or anything - just serves the purpose of seeing central limit theorem in action. Thanks a lot to Prof Pritam Ranjan for giving me this wonderful opportunity.
From R Studio – Shiny Apps:
In this small guest lecture, my purpose was not to demonstrate what to do with Shiny apps, as the uses are virtually endless. My goal was to leave them on a good pedestal so that they can pick it up as and when required. The clear thing about Shiny is its ease of use.
I delivered this guest lecture again for the next iteration of the course. This time, it was a full session — I got 75 minutes to explain Shiny apps. I enjoyed it and the feedback was much better than last year.
You can checkout the slides here.