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View xlsxToR.r
#' Read xlsx files
#'
#' @param file The path to xlsx file
#' @param keep_sheets A vector of sheet name
#' @param header Whether include the head in the sheet
#' @param empty_row Whether to remove the empty rows
#' @export
xlsxToR <- function(file, keep_sheets = NULL, header = TRUE, empty_row = TRUE)
{
suppressWarnings(file.remove(tempdir()))
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# First install requirements for BREW
# http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/
# https://github.com/mxcl/homebrew/wiki/installation
# Requirements
# - An Intel CPU 2
# - OS X 10.5 or higher
# - Command Line Tools for Xcode (https://developer.apple.com/downloads)
# or Xcode with X11 (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/xcode/id448457090)
# - Java Developer Update (https://connect.apple.com/)
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angrycoffeemonster / server.R
Last active Dec 10, 2015
Example test for HACS analysis
View server.R
library(shiny)
library(datasets)
setwd("~/Downloads/R/E6")
E6Data <- read.table("dataHacs2.csv", header=TRUE, sep="," )
# We tweak the "am" field to have nicer factor labels. Since this doesn't
# rely on any user inputs we can do this once at startup and then use the
# value throughout the lifetime of the application
# mpgData <- E6Data
View server.R
################################################################################
##
## Server-side script for the game
##
################################################################################
## required packages ###########################################################
## for convenient data.frame handling
library("plyr")
## for all of the plots
View start-game.R
## uncomment to install
## install.packages("ggplot2")
## install.packages("directlabels")
## install.packages("plyr")
## options(repos=c(RStudio='http://rstudio.org/_packages', getOption('repos')))
## install.packages("shiny")
## install.packages("devtools")
## devtools::install_github("shiny-incubator", "rstudio")
library("shiny")
View README.md

The scatterplot matrix visualizations pairwise correlations for multi-dimensional data; each cell in the matrix is a scatterplot. This example uses Anderson's data of iris flowers on the Gaspé Peninsula. Scatterplot matrix design invented by J. A. Hartigan; see also R and GGobi. Data on Iris flowers collected by Edgar Anderson and published by Ronald Fisher.

View server.R
library(shiny)
library(ggplot2)
shinyServer(function(input, output) {
dataset <- reactive(function() {
diamonds[sample(nrow(diamonds), input$sampleSize),]
})
output$plot <- reactivePlot(function() {