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Create shine function for simInit object #261

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eliotmcintire opened this Issue Mar 7, 2016 · 2 comments

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eliotmcintire commented Mar 7, 2016

Need a quick and dirty shiny app for the intermediate expertise people. No database backend.

shine(simInit)

Minimum for usability:

  • tabs on sidebar for modules
  • sliders for numeric parameters
  • time horizon slider
  • download initial and/or final simList
  • other?

More advanced later:

  • flexible interactive plotting pages

If we create these in the same module way as the inSpaDES package, then some may be useable by both.

This has been begun in emcintir-shine branch.

@achubaty achubaty added the enhancement label Mar 7, 2016

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eliotmcintire commented Mar 31, 2016

This has been pushed into Development branch. Future enhancements will be in new issues. 7cd5825

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SteveCumming commented Mar 31, 2016

Very slick.

What is the "inSpaDES package? Never mind, I'll look it up.

sc

On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 12:37 PM, Eliot McIntire notifications@github.com
wrote:

Need a quick and dirty shiny app for the intermediate expertise people. No
database backend.

shine(simInit)

Minimum for usability:

  • tabs on sidebar for modules
  • sliders for numeric parameters
  • time horizon slider
  • download initial and/or final simList
  • other?

More advanced later:

  • flexible interactive plotting pages

If we create these in the same module way as the inSpaDES package, then
some may be useable by both.

This has been begun in emcintir-shine branch.


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