Author Archives: Koen Derks

Koen Derks is a PhD student at Nyenrode Business University. Before he started researching Bayesian statistics in financial auditing, he studied psychological methods at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), where his interests for statistics and programming developed itself. Today, he is still collaborating with the UvA to develop software tools for students and practitioners to make data analysis fun and intuitive.

7 Easy Steps to Building your Own Shiny App from Scratch

Shiny is a powerful tool in R for you to show off your work to the world, without explaining all the complicated code behind your analysis. Because of its free and open-source development and deployment structure, sharing your methods or work online was never easier. For example, in our recent publication in the Journal of European Psychology Students my colleagues and me used Shiny to implement a network method in which we used the concept of network centrality to determine the most relevant articles in a research field. Because I believe there are a lot of benefits in sharing one’s methods, my hopes are that this blog post has the possibility to also inspire you to share your own work through Shiny. I will walk you though developing your own R Shiny application from scratch, tailoring it to your design choices, and publishing it online, in 7 easy steps. Continue reading

Koen Derks

Koen Derks is a PhD student at Nyenrode Business University. Before he started researching Bayesian statistics in financial auditing, he studied psychological methods at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), where his interests for statistics and programming developed itself. Today, he is still collaborating with the UvA to develop software tools for students and practitioners to make data analysis fun and intuitive.

More Posts

Facebooktwitterrss