This is a list of R packages that have been published on CRAN and/or are still being developed on Github. Many of the projects are part of open tools developed at Metrum Research Group.
The icons at the end of each description show where the project is maintained and links are attached to each one to take you to the relevant page.
(Not in any logical order, just what came to mind when I wrote this…)
carbonate : Create beautiful images of source code using [carbon.js[(https://carbon.now.sh/about).[!(https://raw.githubusercontent.com/yonicd/yonicd.github.io/master/img/ghicon.jpeg)](https://github.com/yonicd/carbonate)[![CRAN_Status_Badge](https://www.r-pkg.org/badges/version/carbonate?color=blue)](https://cran.r-project.org/package=carbonate)![downloads](https://cranlogs.r-pkg.org/badges/carbonate)
sinew : Create roxygen2 skeleton populated with information scraped from the within the function script. Also creates field entries for imports in the DESCRIPTION and import in the NAMESPACE files. Can be run from the R console or through the RStudio addin menu.
gdigest : Wrapper for memoise that lets users cache R objects on a remote repository. Works for objects created in console and Shiny. This is meant for multiple users to share cache via a repository, and increase efficiency of shiny apps that have heavy simulations.
Shiny Apps, Modules and Gadgets
shinyHeatmaply : Access functionality of the heatmaply package through Shiny application and Shiny gadget.
jsTree : Create and customize interactive trees using the jQuery jsTree plugin library and the htmlwidgets package. These trees can be used directly from the R console, from RStudio, in Shiny apps and R Markdown documents.
shinyCanvas : Htmlwidget that binds a fork of Spline Editor by Mike Bostock to create an observable object in Shiny.
Random thoughts that weren’t packaged, but are still useful.