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Uploading multiple files in Shiny, process the files, rbind the results and return a download


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Uploading multiple files in Shiny, process the files, rbind the results and return a download
Tag : r , By : Gilmar Souza Jr.
Date : November 23 2020, 03:01 PM

Does that help The error is because the numfiles that you are calculating as numfiles = length(inFile) gives you the number of column in your inFile dataframe. You'll instead have to use numfiles = nrow(inFile) as the number of rows in the dataframe gives you the number of files that you have uploaded.
[EDIT]: The code that is working for me is:
 library(shiny)
  library(dplyr)
 server <-  function(input, output) {
    getData <- reactive({
      inFile <- input$file1
      if (is.null(inFile)){
        return(NULL)
      }else {
        # browser()
        numfiles = nrow(inFile) 
        kata_csv1 = list()


        for (i in 1:numfiles)
        {

          JSON_csv = read.csv(input$file1[[i, 'datapath']], header = TRUE)
          lastrow = nrow(JSON_csv)
          shift = function(x, n){
            c(x[-(seq(n))], rep(NA, n))
          }
          JSON_csv$companyID1 = shift(JSON_csv$companyID1, 1)
          kata_csv1[[i]] = JSON_csv[-lastrow, ]

        }
        # browser()
        do.call(rbind, kata_csv1)
      }
    })
    output$contents <- renderTable( 
      getData() 
    )
    output$downloadData <- downloadHandler(
      filename = function() { 
        paste("data-", Sys.Date(), ".csv", sep="")
      },
      content = function(file) { 
        write.csv(getData(), file, row.names=FALSE)   
      })
  }

 shinyApp(ui = ui, server = server)

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Download multiple csv files in a zipped folder in Shiny


Tag : r , By : paolodm
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help The top solution still wasn't working for me. I was working in RStudio Server on a Linux server. The problem was that RStudio couldn't automatically locate the path to the zip executable. I had to manually specify it. In the command line, which zip revealed to me /usr/bin/zip.
So, I just had to set the R_ZIPCMD environment variable at the top of my code.
Sys.setenv(R_ZIPCMD="/usr/bin/zip")

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Tag : r , By : Hans-Inge
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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      filename = function() {
        paste0("rating", ".csv")
      },
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        write.table(
          result()$rating,
          file,
          sep = ";",
          col.names = NA,
          qmethod = "double"
        )
      }
    )

Uploading multiple files in Shiny, process the files using lapply, rbind the results and return a download


Tag : r , By : micaleel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue the problem is when you are passing inFile to lapply you are actually passing only the first column containing the filename. Instead you'll need to passinFile$datapath. The lapply should be like this:
   files3 = lapply(inFile$datapath, function(y){

     JSON_csv = read.csv(y, header = TRUE)
     lastrow = nrow(JSON_csv)
     shift = function(x, n){
       c(x[-(seq(n))], rep(NA, n))
     }
     JSON_csv$companyID1 = shift(JSON_csv$companyID1, 1)
     JSON_csv = JSON_csv[-lastrow, ]
     JSON_csv 
   }

Uploading zip with multiple files into a shiny application


Tag : r , By : user107506
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you It should be files <- unzip(input$upload$name, list = TRUE) instead of unzip(input$upload, list = TRUE)

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Tag : r , By : dnyaneshwar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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