[R] Creating interactive graphs and exporting to Intranet site
darth.pathos at gmail.com
Sun Apr 23 21:47:40 CEST 2017
Thanks for the reply. Totally understand that my issue may not be resolvable; I was hoping that there was a graphics package I may have missed that I could try.
Re: Microsoft product - we do actually have a full license to Power BI, but the director who is requesting the reports didn't like how it printed out. I may just do what I need in an Access database - was hoping to provide a little more functionality but what can you do.
Thanks for your reply
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> On Apr 23, 2017, at 15:21, Jeff Newmiller <jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us> wrote:
> You have a lot of limitations... haven't left much room for success. Not sure how to help.
> I am told that Microsoft provides a cloud solution in which R can be used, but I don't think you would get much useful help in setting that up on this free mailing list... generally you have to pay to play there.
> Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity.
>> On April 22, 2017 7:29:48 PM PDT, Chris Battiston <darth.pathos at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good evening,
>> I’m relatively new to using R and am trying to find a way to create a
>> series of interconnected graphs where I have a filter (either a drop
>> down or series of checkboxes) where when an option is selected, all
>> graphs are updated to show that group’s data. I need to keep these
>> graphs internal to our organization, so can’t use Shiny etc.; I am also
>> unable to run R or other products on my server (company policy). So,
>> basically what I’m trying to do is create the dashboard on my desktop,
>> export the HTML or whatever files, and post those to the Intranet. I
>> have tried ggvis, iplots, and a variety of other packages but I cannot
>> seem to get them to work as i need them to.
>> Any suggestions? I need to present my proposed plan to the directors
>> on Wednesday and really don’t want to use Excel for the graphs - I want
>> this to be intuitive for them, but ensuring that the report is easily
>> maintained and more flexible than a Pivot Table.
>> Thanks so much for your time and have a good evening
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