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About one week ago, I added a new functions to
hchinamap package, that is
provincepoint(). these two functions can map points on chinese map and it province map. The tweets indtroduce a method to display the geographical distribution of your wechat friends on chinese map, and also some other methods to plot wechat friends’s geographical distribution.
This is my learning notes for Spelunking macOS ‘ScreenTime’ App Usage with R | rud.is and Visualizing macOS App Usage with a Little Help from osqueryr & mactheknife | rud.is. These two tweets introduced some methods about how to spelunk macOS screentime app usage and visualize macOS app usage with R. Following the author’s guide, I reproduced the results of my own macOS.
This tweet demonstrates a simple application of ‘hchinamap’ package. The data was collect from Ji’nan University’s library websit and sport website. Considering that this is a data set with private information, I can’t make this data public. If you want a copy, you can add my wechat to ask for it.
Inspired by daattali/shiny-server, I decided to build my own shiny server. Finally, I made it! Now you can access it by https://czxa.top/shiny/. Since I haven’t get this server recorded (In China, all websites should be recorded at MIIT, a.k.a, Ministry of industry and information technology of China). After I get it recorded, you can access it by domain name, as is https://czxa.top, but this domain name now is point to my blog deployed at GitHub.
Recently, my interest in
shiny is very strong. These two days, I try to build a shiny application to collect subscribers. Actually, it a very simple applications, but I spends a lot of time on UI design and submit action. Unfortunately, I failed to add submit action. According to my original imagine, after you input name and email address, click , then this application should return you a message to alert your submit action is successful.
Last week, I bought a Ubuntu Serve to deply my blog and some shiny applications. This blog demonstrades how to connect MySQL database with R by ‘RMySQL’ package.
This is my second R package submitted to CRAN, By binding R functions and ‘Highcharts’ library, ‘hpackedbubble’ provides a simple way to draw split packed bubble charts. I have already show the examples of this package at my last tweet. Just like these:
I bought foreign exchange for my clients several time during my intership in ICBC. Recently, Jwen brought a lot of Macau dollars in order to pay tuition fees. So I want to the foreign exchange price of Macau dollars of the bank of China and see if I can save some money for Jwen.
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