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Description Usage Format Constructor Methods. The primary use for SharedData is to be passed to Crosstalk-compatible widgets in place of a data frame. You can also use a SharedData object from Shiny code in order to react to filtering and brushing from non-widget visualizations like ggplot2 plots.
Character vector or one-sided formula that indicates the name of the column that represents the key or ID of the data frame. These must be unique, and ideally will be something intrinsic to the data a proper ID rather than a transient property like row index. The "identity" of the Crosstalk group that widgets will join when you pass them this SharedData object. In some cases, you will want to have Torpid Yet Sentient - HsrGrv* · TRTRKMMR - HsrGrv · TRTRKMMR independent SharedData objects link up to form a single web of widgets that all share selection and filtering state; in those cases, you'll give those SharedData objects the same group name.
One example: in Shiny, ui. R and server. R might each need their own SharedData instance, even though they're intended to represent a single group. Return the data or read and return the data if the data is a Shiny reactive expression. If withFilter the defaultonly return rows that are part of the current filter settings, if any. When running in Shiny, calling data is a reactive operation that will invalidate if the selection or filter change assuming that information was requestedor if the original data is a reactive expression that has invalidated.
Return the data frame that was used to create this SharedData instance. If a reactive expression, evaluate the reactive expression. If called without arguments, returns a logical vector of rows that are currently selected brushedor NULL if no selection exists. 1001 Hazugság - Omen (19) - Tiszta Szívvel to be called from a Shiny reactive context, and invalidates whenever the selection changes.
If called with one or two arguments, expects value to be a logical vector of nrow origData length, indicating which rows are currently selected brushed. This value is propagated to the web browser assumes an active Shiny app or Shiny R Markdown document. Set the ownerId argument to the outputId of a widget if conceptually that widget "initiated" the selection prevents that widget from clearing its visual selection box, which is normally cleared when the selection changes.
Torpid Yet Sentient - HsrGrv* · TRTRKMMR - HsrGrv · TRTRKMMR example, if setting the selection based on a plotOutput brush, then ownerId should be the outputId of the plotOutput. Clears the selection. For the meaning of ownerIdsee the selection method. For more information on customizing the embed code, read Embedding Snippets. Man pages 9. API Source code 7. Usage 1.
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