My History Using R
I use R occasionally for work and have also downloaded it at home as it is an interesting piece of software. The great thing about R is that it is open-source and so is completely free and has many, many packages that can be downloaded. It is mainly used for data science techniques rather than for creating stand-alone programs but one of the packages (r shiny) is dedicated to making web apps.
My first public release is a very simple mapping app using r shiny and leaflet to display publically available earthquake data but hopefully I'll get the chance to create more work soon.
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This is a (very) simple Mapping App for publically available earthquake data using R Shiny and Leaflet.
First release: 22/07/17 (v1.00)
Last Updated: no further updates yet
Download size: not downloadable but hosted on the shinyapps.io site
Released July 2017
This is a complete app but doesn't really do much over the standard features of leaflet/shiny so I intend to spend some time improving this and making a more advanced version with better options and drawing features.
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