So now we’re ready to deploy our own custom R Shiny server with caching. We had previously already discussed the pros and cons of hosting your own server, by this we mean a docker based server in the cloud Signing up at https://www.shinyapps.io/ See this https://arthought.com/r-shiny-stock-analysis. Then we had opted for option 2, mainly to […]
In the previous post we looked at a simple data caching example which we used to explore the workings of the R-package DataCache. In this post we continue with this exploration. Instead of just using system time as the datafeed we now use a more real world example of financial data. This is again in […]
This is in preparation for running a custom Shiny server. We want to accelerate the server by using caching. In the this post we take a look at a candidate caching package. In this post we’ll explore a the package DataCache. It is a very useful package, however, I found that for some reason the provided […]
Introduction This post we deploy our own R-shiny app. You can select a stock The app fetches the data, does some number crunching and plots the results The source code is on github.
This post we turn to R-shiny. First, we embed someone else’s existing shiny-app as an example to check that everything works as expected. For the embedding we use an iframe. We install the wordpress plugin Reframer The R-shiny app is from http://stla.github.io and is referenced in this post