is there a package similar to SHINY in R for python ...
On 02/22/2014 12:04 PM, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
> Except he did state "... in the web browser ...", so I responded on
> that side...
You're right of course. Sorry about that. I kind of wondered why he
was asking when R does the job.
> Apparently "shiny" is rather new... It isn't mentioned in any of: R in
> a Nutshell 2nd ed; R Graphics Cookbook; R Graphics 2nd ed; The R Book 2nd
> ed; Guidebook to R Graphics Using Microsoft Windows, nor Using R for
> Introductory Statistics...