Getting Started with teal.reporter


There are times when you explore data in your shiny module, spot an interesting finding and capture it, be it in your slides presentation, a markdown article or another medium. teal.reporter helps you enhance a shiny module so its users do not have to copy-paste and save every finding or write their own markdown to show it.

teal.reporter gives you ready to use shiny modules and objects that work together to prepare reports from your module with minimal input from users of the shiny modules and from you as its developer.

And it can be done as easy as adding one of the reporting tools to your module:

ui <- shiny::fluidPage(simple_reporter_ui("simple"))
server <- function(input, output, session) {
  # The bulk of your module logic here

  create_module_card <- function(card) {
    card$append_text("This is the content of the report from the `simple` module")
  simple_reporter_srv("simple", Reporter$new(), create_module_card)

if (interactive()) shiny::shinyApp(ui, server)

Where to next

Basic usage

For the basic usage of teal.reporter and the quickest way to enhance your modules with reporting, head to the vignette about the simple reporting setup.

Previewing a report

If you want to let the users of your application preview a report and reorganize it, look into the vignette on a “report previewer” module.

Integration with teal

If you are interested in how teal.reporter fits into teal, look for a vignette about it in teal.

More control

If you would like more control over the layout of a simple reporting tool, we recommend reading through the documentation of the smallest building blocks teal.reporter offers, such as add_card_button_srv(), download_report_button_srv() and reset_report_button_srv().