How a novel blend of automation and the YouTube API formed a new R-Ladies meetup recording dashboard built entirely with R, the momentum of webR continues with a fantastic guide to create a serverless Shiny app, and a new challenger in the world of high-performance data manipulation libraries arrives.
- This week's curator: Jon Calder (@jonmcalder) (Twitter)
- Using flexdashboard to create a GitHub Actions-powered YouTube feed
- Building Serverless Shiny Apps with webR: A Step-by-Step Guide
- Cookbook Polars for R Cookbook to provide solutions to common tasks and problems in using Polars with R. A side-by-side comparison of polars, R base, dplyr, tidyr and data.table packages.
- Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2023-W32
- Tube Archivist - Your self-hosted YouTube media server https://www.tubearchivist.com
- webR code extension for HTML Quarto documents https://github.com/coatless/quarto-webr
- Into the webR-verse (Bob Rudis presentation at the 2023 New York R Conference) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inpwcTUmBDY
- tidypolars - Provide the functionalities of Polars with the syntax of the Tidyverse https://www.tidypolars.etiennebacher.com
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