I gave an introductory workshop on “Data Visualization with Shiny” at the Research Software Engineering conference in Birmingham. The (hopefully more or less self-contained) teaching materials are here.
The house price data have been updated to include all data up to the August 2017 release. The app can be found here: https://pricepaid.mawds.co.uk/ppd/ The code for the Shiny app can now be found at https://github.com/mawds/pricepaid
I used to own a Nook Simple Touch, and had set this up to automatically sync a folder containing downloaded news stories that had been converted to epubs via calibrar, which were stored on my local server. Unfortunately I recently broke the screen on the Nook. As Nooks are no longer available in the […]
I’ve written a script to add melodeon button numbers to abc notation, following Ed Rennie’s “The Melodeon Tutor” scheme. The outer row takes odd numbers, the inner row takes even numbers. He uses red for push and blue for pull notes; unfortunately (AFAIK) it isn’t possible to output colour in the abc lycric fields, so […]
I made a Shiny app to show England and Wales house prices on a graph at street level. I’ll put the code on Github soon (once the code is a little tidier), but for now the site can be found at https://pricepaid.mawds.co.uk/ppd. To use it, select the appropriate postcode area from the drop down on […]