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Gábor Csárdi — Mango Solutions
Joe Cheng — RStudio

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It is not uncommon that the user interface of a Shiny application needs to be generated dynamically, based on data or program state. One typical use case that we encounter frequently is when the UI lets the user edit a variable num...

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After a successful EARL London in September of this year (see here and here) it was Boston’s turn to shine. This is only the second time this conference has run, yet its quality of speakers is at par with London. This year’s edition welcomed twenty presenters from eight industries and saw al...

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Reproduced with the kind permission of Nathan Eastwood and was first published on his personal blog https://nathaneastwood.github.io/

The magrittr pipe (%>%) has revolutionised the way many people now write R code. I’ve been using R for over 7 years and the pipe has become a staple of my pr...

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Aimee Gott

Over the last year I have been involved in a large number of training courses and projects that have involved reporting in Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint in some way. However, my default is not to jump straight to dynamic reporting tools like knitr and RMarkdown or Shiny. Why? Bec...

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Mango Solutions are pleased to announce we are exhibiting and poster presenting at this year’s American Conference on Pharmacometrics (ACoP7) at Bellevue, Washington, US - October 23rd to October 26th, 2016.

This year’s poster presentations will be provided by:

  • Richard Pugh, Chief Data Scien...

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