Shiny app r Programming


ui <- fluidPage(

   # Application title

   # Sidebar with a slider input for number of bins 
                    label = "Choose a Station-id",
                    choices = list("ALNMRGA1"='a', "COOKOLV1"='b', "COOKOLV3"='c',"DRSS1ST1"='c',"GSHTEM1"='d',"GSWSILM"='e',"GSCFTY1"='f',"GSD5531"='g',"GSHASET"='h',"GSHTEM2"='i',"GSNPRM1"='j',"GSOAKSK1"='k',"ROSSLEX1"='l',"OR_Ln60_1"='n',"COOKOLV2"='o'),
                    selected = "ALNMRGA1"),
                    label = "Choose a Attribute",
                    choices = c("Temperature" = "a1",
                                "windspeed" = "a2",
                    selected = "DLR_value"),
                       label = 'Date range input: yyyy-mm-dd',
                       start = Sys.Date() - 2, end = Sys.Date() + 2
                    "Number of bins:",
                    min = 1,
                    max = 50,
                    value = 30),
      submitButton("Submit") ),
       # Show a plot of the generated distribution

# Define server logic required to draw a histogram
server <- function(input, output,session) {
  output$dateText<- renderPlot({
    conn <-dbConnect(odbc(),
                     Driver="SQL Server",
                     Server ="abc",
                     Database = "test")
      x<-dbGetQuery(conn, paste0("SELECT top 100 temperature FROM tblWeatherGWC WHERE validDateTime >='",input$dateRange[1]," 00:00:00.000'" ,"AND validDateTime <= '",input$dateRange[2]," 00:00:00.000' and stationId='ALNMRGA-1'"))
    bins <- seq(min(x), max(x), length.out = input$bins + 1)
    hist(x$temperature ,col = 'red', border = 'white',breaks = bins)
  }} ) }

# Run the application 
shinyApp(ui = ui, server = server)

I want that my code to directly take values of station_id from the database and all the other attributes from the database instead of describing them and writing them in the slider menu. I want the input and display data according to that.


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In addition, I am not sure that it is entirely clear what you are looking for... It looks like you SQL query should be correct (i.e. no clear syntax error that I can see) but without access to the database or any idea of what the data looks like, it is hard to tell you much more.

Also, what do you mean you want to take values from the database and not write them in the slider menu? The only slider input I see is for the number of histogram bins and that seems, to me, like something that you would want as a user input, rather than something stored in a database