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Re: [O] Exploring data that is in org-mode format

From: Alan Schmitt
Subject: Re: [O] Exploring data that is in org-mode format
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2013 09:56:27 +0200
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address@hidden writes:

> For simple exploration, you might have a look at ggobi? [1] It allows
> you to do some really quick/easy exploration by plotting and being
> able to check which variables to use for X and Y, coloring, filtering,
> changing plot type, and so on. There's an R package which allows you
> to call ggobi on an R data object, which you could easily create with
> babel and your existing org tables with the #+name option for the
> table and :var specification in the babel block header.
> I'd also highly recommend taking a look at shiny via R-Studio.[2] Not
> sure if you can call it from Org-mode, but even if you can't... not
> *everything* has to be done with Org. You could use the file to do
> some data munging/summarization/etc., save it as a new data set (.csv
> or similar), and then read that into Shiny. It could be *awesome* for
> something like this. I only recently started playing with it but it's
> just fantastic and would make for the ability to subset, change
> scales/time ranges, and much more in an interactive web app.

Thank you for these suggestions, they will definitely keep me occupied
for a while.


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