I've been a subscriber for a ling time, but this is my first time posting here.
I've been using R the last years for personal projects and some professional tasks (little modeling. Mainly wrangling, cleaning and plotting data).
I'm interested in making a Shiny app to solve microeconometric models. I was an associate teacher of microeconometrics for a time, and in class we solved models with Eviews. It is a nice tool, but if the students wanted more advanced interesting outcomes beyond your average marginal effects, they had to do a bit of programming.
I want to create an app that does that, and is user friendly, and shows a variety of results beyond marginal effects and raw probabilities. For instance, a plot for average probabilities separated by category. Something like this.
And more results and contrasts (Hosmer-Lemeshow, etc.).
I think it would be an interested project and also good to practice with shiny.
My concert is that I'm a beginner with shiny. I've made some projects in different curses, but nothing more. I don't know if this project could be too big for a beginner(actually, my initial goal is to include only logit and probit. If things go ok, I would then include count, multivariate depenent, and censurated and truncated models).
Do you think a project like this is appropiate for a person with experience with R but not too much with shiny?
Regarding, thr project itself, any suggestions are welcome