New R Shiny app screenshots

I have some screenshots to share from one of the R Shiny web applications I am currently developing. The app allows the user to explore patterns in temperature and precipitation across time and space, from the 1800s using historical downscaled global climate model output through to 2100 using projected output, across Alaska and western Canada. It is similar to our Community Charts tool, with somewhat fewer communities but greater versatility, user control, and data selection and display options. Note that since this app is under development, there may be some lingering improper plot annotations and other small things that still need cleaning up. But it’s a solid first pass. And other features are yet to be added. There is nothing of analytical substance here in this post though; pure dog and pony show. Enjoy!

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This entry was posted by Matt Leonawicz.

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