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Run R.Lum Apps locally

The most convenient way of sharing RStudios Shiny Apps is by deploying the apps on a webpage. The advantages are at hand: the page can be accessed by everyone at any given time and only requires a standard web browser. However, due to various reasons you may want to access and run the apps on your local machine. Fortunately, this is easily achieved, but the requirements are a bit higher than just accessing the apps via a web browser. Here, I will give a short tutorial on how to set up your computer and how you can access the R.Lum Shiny apps locally

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Bootstrap Minimum Age Model

The R package Luminescence includes a function to apply the three and four parametric minimum age model after Galbraith et al. (1999) to a given dose distribution. Recently, the recycled bootstrap approach after Cunningham & Wallinga (2012) was implemented. Here, I will give a short tutorial on how to apply the minimum age model with bootstrapping and how to access and process the numerical results.



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Shiny-Server on Uberspace

If you want to put your Shiny application or Interactive Document on the web, you need Shiny Server. While the Shiny package itself includes a basic web server, it’s only designed to serve one application at a time. Shiny Server is designed to serve up multiple applications on the same server. This tutorial contains a step-by-step guide on how to set up a Shiny Server on your Uberspace





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