R lists, especially nested lists, can be very difficult to visualize or represent. Sometimes 'str()' is not enough, so this suite of htmlwidgets is designed to help see, understand, and maybe even modify your R lists. The function 'reactjson()' requires a non-CRAN package 'reactR' that can be installed from <https://github.com/timelyportfolio/reactR>.
|Author||Jos de Jong [aut, cph] (jsoneditor.js library in htmlwidgets/jsoneditor, http://github.com/josdejong/jsoneditor/), Javier Marquez [aut, cph] (react-json library in htmlwidgets/react-json, https://github.com/arqex/reactjson), Kent Russell [aut, cre] (R interface)|
|Date of publication||2016-11-03 20:20:15|
|Maintainer||Kent Russell <email@example.com>|
|License||MIT + file LICENSE|
jsonedit: View 'Lists' with "jsoneditor"
jsonedit_gadget: Shiny Gadget for 'jsonedit'
jsonedit-shiny: Shiny Bindings for 'jsonedit'
number_unnamed: Number Starting at '1'
reactjson: Edit R Data with 'react-json'
reactjson-shiny: Shiny bindings for reactjson
recurse: Recurse Over Nested Lists