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HTML Widgets for R
A framework for creating HTML widgets that render in various contexts including the R console, 'R Markdown' documents, and 'Shiny' web applications.
The 'Ace' Editor as a HTML Widget
Wraps the 'Ace' editor in a HTML widget. The 'Ace' editor has support for many languages. It can be opened in the viewer pane of 'RStudio', and this provides a second source editor.
Inter-Widget Interactivity for HTML Widgets
Provides building blocks for allowing HTML widgets to communicate with each other, with Shiny or without (i.e. static .html files). Currently supports linked brushing and filtering.
The 'Monaco' Editor as a HTML Widget
HTML Widget to Show File Differences
A HTML widget that shows differences between files (text, images, and data frames).
Import an Observable Notebook as HTML Widget
Partial 'rmarkdown' Documents to Prettify your Reports
Use 'rmarkdown' partials, also know as child documents in 'knitr', so you can make components for HTML, PDF, and Word documents. The package provides various helper functions to make certain functions easier. You may want to use this package, if you want to flexibly summarise objects using a combination of figures, tables, text, and HTML widgets. Unlike HTML widgets, the output is Markdown and can hence be turn into other output formats than HTML.
Rendering Word Clouds
Provides a way to display word clouds in R. The word cloud is a html widget, so you can use it in interactive documents and 'shiny' applications.
Find Pattern in Files of All Branches of a 'git' Repository
Creates a HTML widget which displays the results of searching for a pattern in files in a given 'git' repository, including all its branches. The results can also be returned in a dataframe.
Portable and Performant Tour Animations
Provides 2D and 3D tour animations as HTML widgets. The user can interact with the widgets using orbit controls, tooltips, brushing, and timeline controls. Linked brushing is supported using 'crosstalk', and widgets can be embedded in Shiny apps or HTML documents.