We have a growing interest in using our favorite tools (R and Mathematica) to build web interfaces to interactively explore and visualize data. Our last 5 posts have involved interactive tools, namely Mathematica’s **computable document format** and R’s new **Shiny package**.

There is a new kid on the block for interactive visualization tools in R, **healthvis**. I have not yet taken healthvis for a spin, but the survival example in the **introductory blog post** inspired me to create a Shiny app to visualize the results of a survival analysis conducted for my dissertation.

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