Claire Alestra, Bertille Picard

Empirical & Econometric Methods Session

Claire Alestra, Bertille Picard

AMSE
Building interactive applications with RShiny and managing collaborative R projects with Github
Venue

IBD Salle 15

Îlot Bernard du Bois - Salle 15

AMU - AMSE
5-9 boulevard Maurice Bourdet
13001 Marseille

Date(s)
Wednesday, October 28 2020| 4:00pm
Contact(s)

Julieta Peveri: julieta.peveri[at]univ-amu.fr
Bertille Picard: bertille.picard[at]univ-amu.fr
Mathias Silva: mathias.silva-vazquez[at]univ-amu.fr

Abstract

For the first Empirical & Econometric Methods Session of the year, two softwares will be presented: 

Rshiny, an R package that allows you to create interactive web applications. Claire Alestra who wrote her own Shiny application will present the basics of Rshiny and the possibilities of this package.
- GitHub, a web hosting service useful to develop programs with several co-authors. It also makes it very simple to distribute the code and its updates online. Bertille Picard will present some notions of project management with git. An example in R with the package renv will come as an illustration.