I have a plotly table summarizing some data. I make some changes to the data prior to displaying it in the table, let’s say through a variable x. I would like the user to be able to change x interactively and see the resulting difference on the plotly table. For example if I have:
library(plotly) data("mtcars") x=1 mtcars$my_var=mtcars$mpg+x t <- plot_ly( type = 'table', columnwidth = c(10, 10), columnorder = c(0, 1), header = list( values = c("Car","My Value"), align = c("center", "center") ), cells = list( values = rbind(rownames(mtcars), mtcars$my_var), align = c("center", "center") )) t
and I would like the user to provide the value for x in a cell next to the plotly table.
I think this should be pretty easy, but I couldn’t find the way to do it.