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epivizR ======== The `epivizr` Bioconductor package implements two-way communication between the [R/Bioconductor]( environment and the [epiviz]( web app for interactive data visualization. Objects in the R environment can be displayed as tracks or plots on Epiviz. Epivizr uses Websockets for communication between the browser Javascript client and the R environment using the same technology underlying the popular [Shiny]( system for authoring interactive web-based reports in R. ## Installation and requirements Epivizr is available as part of the [Bioconductor]( project as of version 2.13. To install the release version of `epivizr`: ```{r} if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly=TRUE)) install.packages("BiocManager") BiocManager::install("epivizr") ``` ## Development version This github repository contains the latest and greatest version of `epivizr` and is tracked by the devel version in Bioconductor (see []( for more info. ## Try it out The easiest way to try `epivizr` out is to follow the package vignette: ```{r} require(epivizr) browseVignettes("epivizr") ``` ## A quick tour You can get a quick tour of epiviz here: []( ## Non-blocking As of version 1.3, Epivizr supports a non-blocking workflow on both UNIX-like and Windows systems where data is served to the webapp without blocking the R/bioc interactive session. Make sure you are using the latest version of the [httpuv package]( to use this. (Thanks to the [Rstudio]( folks for folding our daemonizing code into the main httpuv release). ## More info Check out the `epiviz` [project page on github](http:://, and the [documentation page](