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Daniel Slutsky00:03:26

Clojisr 1.0.0-BETA9 brings some major breaking changes, with a new set of rules for R code generation, designed by @tsulej. This dedicated tutorial explains it in detail: Mode details at the relevant Zulip streams:


Hi all. A bit of a broad question, but what set of tools would allow me to write Notebooks with interactive plots, similar to Mathematica ( in Clojure?


Not very much into the scene


Nice, it seems interactive widgets are not supported yet though.


@dmarjenburgh [Saite]( - use the uberjar variant to get the standalone application. This has rather more capability than your typical notebook. Interactive widgets are available via Vega transforms and signals and/or through external components (for example, re-com components).