YUNA – 1.13. Release
Everyone is talking about agile software development – we are also committed to the agile manifesto. In close exchange with our customers and through the experience which we gain in our projects, we continuously develop YUNA in short four-week sprints.
From today, YUNA is available with version 1.13. In the new version several features have been added and improved. In addition, we are constantly working on a better overall performance.
Shiny widget authentication in YUNA
By using the iFrame widget, it is now possible to integrate Shiny apps. To be more precise, Shiny apps can now access and use data that is available in YUNA. The authentication via YUNA makes it possible to configure the access of the Shiny app with the roles and rights.
Result rating: Evaluate analysis results at the touch of a button
With the result rating, an important and convenient tool was developed in the last sprint that improves analysis and its results in an even shorter time. The moment the analysis scripts deliver their first results, they can be evaluated faster and checked for correctness by using the result rating. The results are played back to the script, so that data scientists can adapt their scripts accordingly. The feature itself greatly shortens the time it takes to do this.
In the new version, usage has been significantly improved: The results can now be evaluated conveniently and even faster via keyboard entry. The assignment of the keys is freely selectable and can be adjusted by each user according to his preferences.
Form widget: Data can be passed to a stored procedure
From now on, it is possible to pass the data, which is sent via the form widget, to a stored procedure. With stored procedures you can call predefined procedures and multiple statements from the database client. Thus, the dashboard developer has among others the greatest possible freedom to return user input to the system for further analysis.
It is now possible to translate the contents of CDATA blocks, popups, all tooltips and items in the filter widget. CDATA blocks prevent the parser from interpreting special characters like „<„.
Our localization resolves this block and allows the translation of its content.
Special characters in sourced objects
The use of special characters in the names of parameters in the HTML widget caused errors in script mode. Special characters such as „_“ can now be used to name HTML parameters in script mode.
Christian Schreiner - Posted on 06.12.2019
Christian Schreiner ist seit 2019 im Bereich Marketing der eoda GmbH tätig. Hier betreut er die innovative Data Science Plattform YUNA rund um das Thema Marketing. Privat interessiert er sich für Suchmaschinen-Optimierung und Trends in der Online-Kommunikation.