Showing posts from November, 2015

Geospatial Display with Shiny

One of the reason I like to join these online courses are that it gives you the chance to meet with people from different backgrounds, industries and countries.

In this particular post, I'm quite amazed with the dedication and thought that was put in by one of my classmates. The assignments required that we create our own data product using R - so that we become a wholesome data science practitioner - we acquire data, process, model, document, and create data products for others to consume.

It's one thing for doing assignments for the sake of completing the course, it's another to produce a beauty such as the above.

You may explore the Shiny app here at this link, and have a look at the forked source code here. I've forked it since I know I'll be making use of this in times to come.