kandi X-RAY | clearcontrol Summary
kandi X-RAY | clearcontrol Summary
ClearControl philosophy is that it is possible to design control software in Java for high-performance microscopes with a minimum of native code by leveraging the best Java practices and libraries available.
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- Initialize the graphics .
- Creates and returns DraggableRectangles .
- Layout the track .
- Paint a clear rectangle .
- show dialogs
- Creates the label for cursor coordinates monitor .
- Adds a serial variable .
- Set the y - value of this table .
- Applies the given steps to the adapt module .
- Handle garbage collection .
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My difficulty is that when using markerClusterOptions() the point closest to the exploded circle cannot be clicked on. No issue with the points further away from the cluster marker. In the below example the popup works well for the 3 slightly further away markers but not the closest one to the north of the circle. Is there a way of setting the minimum distance from the cluster marker or an alternative way to fix this?
A reprex for the dataset...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-26 at 15:51
One option is to increase the distance away from the center that spiderfied markers are placed by adding a
spiderfyDistanceMultiplier to the
I'm exporting a leaflet map from a Shiny app. Everything works fine, until I want to add a legend for my colour-coded points (based on a variable). The colour-coding works fine, and adding the usual legend with
leafletProxy works fine, but to have the export working, I need to use a custom-defined function to create the map, and that seems to break when I use my usual
addLegend for the colour palette.
Any advice would be appreciated!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-29 at 16:31
Apparently it just needed a small tweak from
=df.in$Size. This now plots and downloads ok.
I have an app with a map that is being downloaded. I'm stumped as to why the spatial extent / zoom of the downloaded image is so different from what is being displayed on the screen. Looking for any suggestions to make the output match as close as possible the map displayed in the app itself......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 03:39
You can set the
vwidth parameters for
I am creating an app with shiny + leaflet. When I launch the shiny app for the very first time, I try to show all the default values of the layers displayed by addLayersControl. Is there a way to specify show / hide?
For example, if you have the following code. (See R leaflet - Show/Hide addControl() element with group layers)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-05 at 08:31
If I understand correctly you need to add
%>% hideGroup("Group B") after
addLayersControl(position = "topleft", overlayGroups = c("Group A","Group B")) as below:
I implemented code in Java to retrieve data from the Firebase database by searching with an ID and show it in the form. If I add the id it will show the data correctly.
But when I try to delete or update this data it is always showing as "No data resource". I tried to implement code but it is not working. How can I delete and update a specific data( Searched by ID),
The whole code I have tried.....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-23 at 17:10
To remove the element with
ID001, please use the following lines of code:
I'm building an interactive map with Shiny and I'm currently trying to hide my UI elements in a dropdownButton from the shinyWidgets pkg.
My problem is that so far I can either have the dropdownButton working and having to remove the
width = "100%", height = "100%" from my leafletOutput
having my map as I want it and the dropdownButton being invisible.
Is there a way of having both? Thanks!
Here's a reprex:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-03 at 08:14
Instead of setting html width and height, you can put the map in a full page container like this :
I'm trying to make a horizontal legend in a Shiny app with a Leaflet map.
I can change the display to
display: flex; using CSS which makes the legend horizontal but what I'm aiming at is something like:
0% - a palette of colors - 100%
edit and NOT -color- 0% -color- 10% - color- 20% etc.
I don't see a way to do that in CSS and I can't find enough info about addLegend to find a solution,
Here's a reprex:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-25 at 13:37
It does not look like it's possible to manipulate the leaflet legend as it's rendered as an
element and a few other
. I came up with a potential solution that involved generating a new legend using
I wrote a new function called
legend which generates the html markup for a legend using
colorNumeric and some set of values (using
quakes$mag in this example). The markup is an unordered list
- . All list items are generated dynamically based on the number of
binsspecified (the default is 7). The code used to generate a sequence of colors is adapted from the R Leaflet package: https://github.com/rstudio/leaflet/blob/master/R/legend.R#L93.
Left and right titles can be specified by using the input arguments
right_label. Background colors are defined using the
style attribute. All other styles are defined using
Here's an example (some of the code is clipped for readability).
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-19 at 02:03
The legend is transparent by default, which affects the appearance of the colours. Change the
opacity argument to fix this:
I have used code based on this example from :https://www.r-graph-gallery.com/4-tricks-for-working-with-r-leaflet-and-shiny/
I would like my map to start out with none of the circle markers added and then to have them added or removed as the user interacts with the available options.
I've tried removing groups and layers and nothing seems to work. I am very likely missing something quite obvious. Thanks :)Load libraries ...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-11 at 05:34
You need to wrap your output code to something like
observeEvent function, so that when an input is made then only the output shown and otherwise not.
Check the Trick2 and Trick4 from the same link you provided. Hope you will get an idea.
PS to Moderators: Sorry, My comment section is not activated yet thats why I had to make it in the answer section. You can move it to comments. Thanks.
I am building an app based on election results and I would like to colour the polygons on the leaflet map with the elected parties' colours per electorate. The user can select the year for which the choose to see the results: Sitting Party (current), 2013 etc.
I have read a lot on here about dynamic colour palettes and reactive colour palettes based on user input but none of them work with my pre-defined colour palette which sets a specific colour to each party abbreviation based on the party colours.
I am not sure what I am missing or doing wrong, but help will be greatly appreciated.
You can download the shp files here here, I used the Queensland 2018 distributions: https://www.aec.gov.au/electorates/gis/
And here is the elected party data which I merged with the shape file on the field Elect_div:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-03 at 22:52
So I figured out a work around to the issue I was having which was needing a predefined colour scheme (political party colours) to fill polygons on a leaflet map based on user input from a drop down menu.
My solution isn't exactly what I was after, but it definitely works and I am happy with it.
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Dependencies Some dependencies could not be found online - they are added into the Libs folder for now...
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