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February 24, 2016


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This is super amazing. I work for a US federal agency and I'm trying to build similar dashboards. I'm wondering, if there is a way to see some of the code behind this to see how certain aspects were built.


Does anybody know what types of interactive controls are used in that application?

Wow, very interesting insights. I don't think the tourism authorities have done much to promote this. Did not know that R was developed in NZ either :)

Source code, minus a few design elements, is now available at https://github.com/nz-mbie/tourism-dashboard-public. The Shiny app will run out of the box; the various 'prep' scripts won't because they depend on Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment databases; but are included for transparency.

GD - most of those controls are from the dygraphs package.

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