I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or missing any pre-reqs, but the CrossLet example is not working for me.
R version 3.0.2 (2013-09-25)
Platform: x86_64-apple-darwin10.8.0 (64-bit)
attached base packages:
 stats graphics grDevices utils datasets methods base
other attached packages:
loaded via a namespace (and not attached):
 grid_3.0.2 lattice_0.20-24 plyr_1.8 rCharts_0.4.2
 RColorBrewer_1.0-5 rjson_0.2.13 RJSONIO_1.0-3 whisker_0.3-2
Here's the screenshot from the Google Chrome console.
DataMaps and Leaflet examples are working well.
Did you install the dev version of rCharts?
You will need a local server to preview crosslet maps, since it reads JSON. If you are using the latest version of RStudio, it will automatically open the map up in a server for you.
Yes, I did install the dev version of rCharts. By the way, have you tried using different version numbers for dev and release versions of rCharts? That way you can tell which version the user is using from the sessionInfo. Here's a versioning system that might be useful http://www.bioconductor.org/developers/package-guidelines/#versions
Ok, I didn't know about the local server part. And like you said, it does work in RStudio. Thanks!
My version control is a little messed up right now. Locally, I am working with only a single branch. I keep pushing to dev till ideas are stable and then merge back with master. I need a more robust git workflow :)
It's working fine. You have to install the dev version as ramnathv said. I recommend uninstalling the old version using remove.packages("rCharts")
It's very nice. :)
The next month I'm going to learn how to configurate that. I'm interested in geolocalization for social variables.
I'm thinking integration with WDI package could be great. There are a lot of economics information about countries.
Yes. The WDI package provides some nice data that can be used with rMaps. Let me know any comments/feedback that you have as you try things out.
Sure, I'm improving my Shiny's skills for this month. I'm interested doing the same for my country Peru by cities for next months for improving economics decisions.
PD: I'm student in Economics so these things are interesting for me.
As Ramnath said, it works with RStudio. I just removed and installed the dev version of rChartsand ran into the same issue as before when using the R GUI instead of RStudio.
x = "country",
y = c("web_index", "universal_access", "impact_empowerment", "freedom_openness"),
data = web_index
Tried it, got the same result on the R GUI.
This has to be related to the local server Ramnath mentioned earlier.
I see, It's about that.
I didn't know that differences...
The examples worked for me, verbatim. Using R-Studio, v 0.98.490.
Crosslet will only work in RStudio for now. I have to figure out a way to make it work from the R GUI.
Mine stopped working on R-Studio - just upgraded to 0.98.501 not sure whats going on
I am on 0.98.637 and it works fine for me. Let me check what is happening with 0.98.501
Yes. I am on a mac. Just go to the page with daily builds
Works perfectly - its something with 0.98.501 but the preview works perfectly!
I have .98.501 on Windows. Works fine.
I'm using .98.501 on Mac and it works fine there too.
I am running into the same issues as lcolladotor. Cannot see the crosslet maps but leaflet and datamaps work fine. I have the latest version of Rstudio and Windows 8.1
Ditto on what dg83 said. I'm running Windows 8.1/Chrome/Rstudio 0.98.1091 and I cannot get map in crosslet to display either in the viewer or in my broswer.
I get exactly the same results as bhuston above.... labels appear but no map.
I am on Linux fedora 21,
R version 3.1.3
Rstudio 0.99.386 (updated recently, but in previous version I had the same problem)
As with the others, the datamap and leaflet examples work fine.
I receive the same results as @bhuston @cantgetthatping and @geertdobbels - I am able to see the labels/controls, but no map.
Here's the output from the Chrome console:
The 403 status messages continue and they appear to come back with Wrong API Key.
Wrong API Key