Create interactive dashboards using rmarkdown.

Details

  • Use R Markdown to publish a group of related data visualizations as a dashboard.

  • Ideal for publishing interactive JavaScript visualizations based on htmlwidgets (also works with standard base, lattice, and grid graphics).

  • Flexible and easy to specify layouts. Charts are intelligently re-sized to fill the browser and adapted for display on mobile devices.

  • Optionally use Shiny to drive visualizations dynamically.

See the flexdashboard website for additional documentation: http://rmarkdown.rstudio.com/flexdashboard/

See also

Author

Maintainer: Carson Sievert carson@rstudio.com (ORCID)

Authors:

Other contributors:

  • RStudio [copyright holder]

  • Keen IO (Dashboard CSS) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Abdullah Almsaeed (Dashboard CSS) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Jonas Mosbech (StickyTableHeaders) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Noel Bossart (Featherlight) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Lea Verou (Prism) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Dmitry Baranovskiy (Raphael.js) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Sencha Labs (Raphael.js) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Bojan Djuricic (JustGage) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Tomas Sardyha (Sly) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Bryan Lewis (Examples) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Joshua Kunst (Examples) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Ryan Hafen (Examples) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Bob Rudis (Examples) [contributor, copyright holder]

  • Joe Cheng (Examples) [contributor]