'Shiny' Applications for the R Package 'Luminescence'

A collection of 'shiny' applications for the R package 'Luminescence'. These mainly, but not exclusively, include applications for plotting chronometric data from e.g. luminescence or radiocarbon dating. It further provides access to bootstraps tooltip and popover functionality and contains the 'jscolor.js' library with a custom 'shiny' output binding.


RLumShiny 0.2.2 (Release date: 2019-01-11)

  • PREVIEW: New application that scales the gamma dose rate considering layer-to-layer variations in soil radioactivity. Base function: Luminescence::scale_GammaDose(). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'scalegamma'.

    NOTE: This application will only start if the development version 0.9.x of the R package Luminescence is installed as the function scale_GammaDose() is still under development.

  • New application to support the new R package RCarb. Base function RCarb::model_DoseRate(). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'RCarb'

  • Removed and updated deprecated links from the "About"-tab in all applications.

RLumShiny 0.2.1 (Release date: 2018-06-18)

  • New application that compares the OSL/IRSL stimulation power of measurements performed on Freiberg Instruments lexsyg devices to check the stability of the stimulation power (Contributed by Sebastian Kreutzer). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'teststimulationpower'.

  • New application to calculate the fast ratio of CW-OSL curves after Durcan and Duller (2011). Base function: Luminescence::calc_FastRatio(). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'fastratio'.

  • New application to estimate the g-value from a table of Lx/Tx values with corresponding waiting times since irradiation and to apply a fading after Huntley & Lamothe (2001). Base functions: Luminescence::analyse_FadingMeasurement(), Luminescence::calc_FadingCorr(). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'fading'.

  • New application to fit eq. 1 of Sohbati et al. (2012a) or eq. 12 of Sohbati et al. (2012b) to OSL surface exposure data. Base function: Luminescence::fit_SurfaceExposure(). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'surfaceexposure'.

  • Output panel showing the R code to reproduce the plot/calculation is now properly responsive and updates as soon as input widgets change.

  • Internal: server logic of most applications simplified.

  • Several minor bugfixes.

RLumShiny 0.2.0 (Release date: 2017-06-26)

  • Major overhaul of the data input panel for most applications. Uploaded text files are now imported via 'data.table::fread()', which automatically detects the delimiter and potential headers. Hence, all widgets related to data import are no longer required and were removed (#14).

  • The input data can now be directly manipulated in the newly added spreadsheet(s) in the data input panels. The spreadsheets also allow copy and pasting of data, so uploading a file is no longer the only way to provide user data (#12).

  • New Dashboard addin added. The dashboard provides access to all available applications in the package and can be accessed either (i) through the addin dropdown menu in the RStudio IDE or (ii) by running 'app_RLum()' without any keyword.

  • Implemented newest shiny feature (v0.14) to bookmark the current app state. All apps now include a bookmark button, which returns a URL query string that can be used to restore the app's state at any later time.

  • New application to plot filter combinations along with the optional net transmission. Base function: Luminescence::plot_FilterCombinations(). Keyword for app_RLum(): 'filter'. External contribution by Urs Tilmann Wolpert (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen) and Sebastian Kreutzer (Universite Bordeaux Montaigne).

  • New package dependencies: 'shinydashboard', 'rhandsontable', 'data.table', 'readxl'

  • transformCW-app:

    • the plot now also shows the CW-OSL data curve
    • improved error handling
  • Internal: R dcoumentation re-written in Markdown using 'roxygen2 >=6.0.0'

  • Several minor bugfixes.

RLumShiny 0.1.1 (Release date: 2016-07-20)

  • New application to transform CW OSL curves (keyword 'transformCW') using the functions 'CW2pHMi', 'CW2pLM', 'CW2pLMi' and 'CW2pPMi' of the R package 'Luminescence'.

  • Removed UI elements that used now deprecated function arguments.

  • Added new UI elements for arguments added to functions after version 0.4.2 of the 'Luminescence' package.

  • Removed the database feature in the abanico plot application.

  • Removed dependencies on 'digest' and 'RCurl'.

  • Removed all 'Exit' buttons.

  • Code output to reproduce the plots is now generated dynamically and should be more reliable.

  • R Luminescence Package Team now properly mentioned as contributors.

  • Fixed many typos.

RLumShiny 0.1.0 (Release date: 2015-03-31)

  • Initial release

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0.2.2 by Christoph Burow, 2 months ago


Report a bug at https://github.com/tzerk/RLumShiny/issues

Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/RLumShiny

Authors: Christoph Burow [aut, cre] , Urs Tilmann Wolpert [aut] , Sebastian Kreutzer [aut] , R Luminescence Package Team [ctb] , Jan Odvarko [cph] (jscolor.js in www/jscolor) , AnalytixWare [cph] (ShinySky package) , RStudio [cph] (chooser_inputBinding.js in www/ and chooser.R in R/)

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL-3 license

Imports Luminescence, shiny, rhandsontable, data.table, googleVis, shinydashboard, shinyjs, RCarb, rmarkdown, readxl, DT, knitr

Imported by treespace.

Suggested by Luminescence.

See at CRAN