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Jan. 29, 2022, 2:19 p.m. | /u/jarkeb

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I’m considering starting a project in Dash and I’m just curious how it compares to Shiny, from a functionality, scripting and usability perspective. I learned Shiny last summer and the learning curve was mildly steep, but once I understood the fundamentals, became pretty intuitive.

I really liked the functionality of the front end dashboard-like interface, and am wondering how Dash stacks up, or if there is another Python equivalent that would be better.


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