Dynamic Data Visualisation for Psychology
This site provides an overview of work concerning the development and deployment of dynamic data visualisations for psychology and behavioural science more generally. These can assist with the dissemination of research and/or the teaching of statistical concepts to small or large groups of students.
Previously, knowledge of HTML, CSS, or Java was essential, but it is now possible to develop interactive visualisations using a simple web application framework that runs under the R statistical platform: Shiny.
Shiny can help researchers quickly produce interactive data visualisations that will supplement and support current and future publications.
Ellis, D. A. and Merdian, H. L. (2018). The visualisation of data in a digital context. In Costa C. and Condie J. (Eds.) Doing research in and on the digital: Research methods across fields of enquiry. London: Routledge
Ellis, D. A. and Merdian, H. L. (2015). Thinking outside the box: Developing dynamic data visualizations for psychology with Shiny. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1782. LINK
Examples and Tutorials
Tutorial materials and example code can be accessed from the links to the left.