Shiny interactive web app

Shiny is a R package that helps to make interactive web applications. Thus, I used it to show the Senate Votes in Chile. The novelty of this Web application is that it gives the opportunity to have the votes of a particular senator for a certain amount of time. This application is on the next link: Shiny-App. #server.R library("dplyr") library("shiny") load("VotosSenado.Rda") function(input, output) { datasetInput <- reactive({ switch(input$dataset, "TODOS" = head(select(filter(VotosSenado, grepl(input$txt, Tema, ignore.

Weighted histogram with diferent classes of observations

Analysing the distribution of the firm’s productivities within an economy helps to observe the efficiency of that market. For instance, an economy with great dispertion in its productivity distribution could be less competitive than a market with a lower level of dispertion. In other words, competitive markets tend to show firms with similar productivities. In this analysis I supposed that all firms are similar.

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