overthinkDCIapps.com is my (Evan Murray's) app hosting platform, a companion to the blog/website
This is where I keep the visualizations
and proof-of-concept demonstrations that go along with blog posts and other projects on my website. Everything
you see on this domain is running Rstudio's excellent package called shiny, which allows me to make interesting
If you like what you see here, a lot of the code (more so the back-end modeling than the apps' shiny code) that
supports this page will find it's way to
If you like
something you see here that isn't yet publicly available, send me a note (you can see how to reach me on my
website) and I'll move it up my priority list. All the projects you see here are 'evenings and weekends' projects
, so it might take me some time. Be patient!
Lastly, this is a bleeding edge repository of my work - my work ends up here before I write about it on my website.
If, for some reason, you want to be ahead of the curve for following my work, check back in from time to time. I hope
you enjoy viewing the content as much as I enjoy putting it together!
2018 DCI Forecast
- the latest version of my perrenial
project forecasting DCI scores. It's where I got the idea for my domain names.
- a quick proof-of-concept demonstrating how to connect
Go and R, using C as a bridge, to bring all the performance and concurrency benefits of Go to analyzing data in R.
New York Philharmonic Coperformance Project
- a poorly-named
hobby project that quantitatively explores the connections between composers based on the New York Philharmonic's
program archive data
- basically just my resume. It was a fun way to start
start learning the basics of Rmarkdown.