Accessing and responding to Plotly events in Shiny - Carson Sievert

February 28, 2019 Carson Sievert

For several years now, the plotly package has provided an `event_data()` function for accessing click, hover, and drag event information in shiny. This functionality provides a powerful way to build dynamic websites with multiple coordinated data views that share information with one another. Recently, we’ve added support for accessing more types of events, notably among these is ability to respond _during_ brushing events. In this webinar, I’ll show you how to access these events in shiny and respond to them in various ways, including approaches that help ensure a fluid and responsive user-experience.

 

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Carson Sievert

Carson is a software engineer at RStudio. In his own words: "I enjoy creating things that make data analysis more accessible, efficient, and informative. Those things could be anything from a programming interface, to a web page/application, or a dynamic report. I consider myself an expert in interactive web graphics, and tend to focus on the intersection of data visualization, statistics, R, and web technologies."

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