Shiny app to explore South Australia’s road accidents data. See details at https://github.com/asheshwor/crashsa
Designed to increase youth engagement with City Planning, the intent of Hack my City is to let users see each building within Adelaide, modify the building and save the new model to their profile. Using the Hack My City web interface, it’s possible to recolour and resize Adelaide’s buildings according to your creative whim! Users can also print 3D models from Hack My City. Along with these features, accompanying factual information and historic photographs provide the user with an historical understanding of our city.
Team name: Data Dingoes
Team memebers: Ash, Ben, Cathy and Theresa
Details: Hack my city github page
This is a simple implementation of Shiny dashboard to explore the Nepal earthquake data. The earthquake data used here is NOT real-time. The records were downloaded from USGS website (csv format) and placed in the data folder. To filter the quakes in the vicinity of Nepal, only the quakes within the bounding box of Nepal map are used.
Try the app at https://asheshwor.shinyapps.io/np-quake
Source code and brief documentation available here: https://github.com/asheshwor/np-quake