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Edit investment parameters to see retirement finance projections up to 20 years in the future.
Calculate and visualize important financial metrics for any publicly traded security.
Automated macroeconomic data analysis and forecasting, including automated commentary.
ODE models of disease dynamics, allows for births and deaths, latent periods, and seasonal fluctuations.
Buildwind roses and pollution roses with your own data, or a sample data set.
Demonstration of Intel’s g3plot API with built-in sample R data sets.
Explore how different algorithms identify outliers in data.
View maps of worldwide migration flows to and from regions, based on UN data.
Graphically explore how odds ratios relate to risk ratios and their probabilities.
Visualize a gene network in a provided data set, or upload and explore your own data.
Average cost and number of procedures performed for the most popular medical procedures.
This app implements a simulator for the Central Limit Theorem (CLT) based on the example of the age of euro coins.
Create a table of US colleges sorted to match admissions criteria.
Explore several basic statistical distributions, with variable number of observations, optional density estimation, and data download.
Develop your ggplot2 code in a live environment, as well as downloadable code and plot files
Display a visual timeline of events and leaders of World War II.
Shiny app for exploring homebrew recipes and beer styles.
Measuring popularity of people/objects on Twitter
Enables interactive computation of the sample size required or evaluation of the power for a test.
Compare historical temperature distributions across American cities.
Review of responses with a difficulty distribution, item summary, and performance over time.
Explore how the bias of the coin and the value of your bet and your friend’s payout explain probability.
Choose a set of names, and see the average age of people with those names over time.
Visualize how StackOverflow sees you.
Thematic maps of healthcare professions by state, using data from the US government Bureau of Labor Statistics database.
The Lotka-Volterra equations, also known as the predator-prey equations.
Forecasting & Time Series Decomposition. Lets users input & explore their time series data.
The app uses a K-nearest neighbors algorithm to classify heart disease data available at the UCI repository
Watch how different sampling methods select from different size populations.
Histograms demonstrating distribution symmetry and kurtosis (in Spanish)