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Quality : HD
Title : Split.
Director : M. Night Shyamalan
Release : January 19, 2017
Language : en.
Runtime : 117 min
Genre : Drama, Horror, Thriller.

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‘Split’ is a movie genre Drama, Horror, Thriller, was released in January 19, 2017. M. Night Shyamalan was directed this movie and starring by James McAvoy. This movie tell story about Though Kevin has evidenced 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher, there remains one still submerged who is set to materialize and dominate all the others. Compelled to abduct three teenage girls led by the willful, observant Casey, Kevin reaches a war for survival among all of those contained within him—as well as everyone around him—as the walls between his compartments shatter apart.

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  1. Edwin Acuña

    Hi excellent job you hva done here. I wS wondering if you could tell how I can approach your example for a dataframe of stock prices imported from a csv file.
    The dataframe has the date column which I imported it as class date and 30 columns of different assets. I cannot use yahoo finance since I use my local stock exchange prices.

    Thank you for your help.

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    1. Stefan Wilhelm Post author

      For Highstocks candlestick chart, you need to create a data frame with columns “x” for timestamp, and “open”, “high”, “low”, “close” for OHLC prices that looks like


      "x";"open";"high";"low";"close"
      1388620800000;555.68;557.03;552.02;553.13
      1388707200000;552.86;553.7;540.43;540.98
      1388966400000;537.45;546.8;533.6;543.93
      1389052800000;544.32;545.96;537.92;540.04
      1389139200000;538.81;545.56;538.69;543.46
      1389225600000;546.8;546.86;535.35;536.52

      The timestamp “x” needs to have milliseconds from 01/01/1970, e.g. the as.POSIXct() seconds multiplied by 1000. You can read this data frame from CSV and convert it to the JSON format expected by rCharts:

      df < - read.csv(textConnection(" x;open;high;low;close 1388620800000;555.68;557.03;552.02;553.13 1388707200000;552.86;553.7;540.43;540.98 1388966400000;537.45;546.8;533.6;543.93 1389052800000;544.32;545.96;537.92;540.04 1389139200000;538.81;545.56;538.69;543.46 1389225600000;546.8;546.86;535.35;536.52"), sep=";") # format data frame as JSON json_data <- toJSONArray2(df, json=FALSE) # p <- Highcharts$new() p$chart(zoomType = "xy", type="candlestick") p$series(name = "Series 1", data = json_data, tooltip = list(valueDecimals=2) ) # ...

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  2. Edwin Acuña

    Thank you for your help this example is an inspiration. I will bother you with one more question. If I want a line chart just for the closing prices. How would be the approach?. Sorry to bother you again.

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    1. Stefan Wilhelm Post author

      You set the chart type to “line” and pass the time and price values either as a two-dimensional array [ [time, price] ] or as a named list with “x” and “y”.

      df <- read.csv(textConnection(" x;open;high;low;close 1388620800000;555.68;557.03;552.02;553.13 1388707200000;552.86;553.7;540.43;540.98 1388966400000;537.45;546.8;533.6;543.93 1389052800000;544.32;545.96;537.92;540.04 1389139200000;538.81;545.56;538.69;543.46 1389225600000;546.8;546.86;535.35;536.52"), sep=";") # df2 <- df[,c("x","close")] colnames(df2) <- c("x", "y") # format data frame as JSON json_data <- toJSONArray2(df2, json=FALSE) # p <- Highcharts$new() p$chart(zoomType = "xy", type="line") p$series(name = "Series 1", data = json_data, tooltip = list(valueDecimals=2) ) #...

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  3. Michael Dowers

    Hi Stefan,

    I am very impressed with your work. I have been following your integration on heat maps and it has been very useful. Is there anyway you could provide the shiny code for (ui.R and server.R) for integrating http://www.highcharts.com/demo/line-ajax highcharts with shiny. I would greatly appreciate it.
    Thanks,

    Michael Dowers

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  4. Harold Gil

    Hi Stefan, I noticed the Shiny example you have for this on shinyapp.io has a noticeable bug in it. The app loads and displays the data for the initial stock “Apple (AAPL)” but stop working when you click on another stock. If you click on another stock besides the default (AAPL) and then click back on AAPL, it still won’t work. Any idea what that could be?

    Thank you for what you’ve done here. I agree with Edwin, this was an inspiring example for me to see too.

    Thanks!

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