Choose between a restrictive set of colors.

colorSelectorInput(
  inputId,
  label,
  choices,
  selected = NULL,
  mode = c("radio", "checkbox"),
  display_label = FALSE,
  ncol = 10
)

colorSelectorExample()

colorSelectorDrop(
  inputId,
  label,
  choices,
  selected = NULL,
  display_label = FALSE,
  ncol = 10,
  circle = TRUE,
  size = "sm",
  up = FALSE,
  width = NULL
)

Arguments

inputId

The input slot that will be used to access the value.

label

Display label for the control, or NULL for no label.

choices

A list of colors, can be a list of named list, see example.

selected

Default selected color, if NULL the first color for mode = 'radio' and none for mode = 'checkbox'

mode

'radio' for only one choice, 'checkbox' for selecting multiple values.

display_label

Display list's names after palette of color.

ncol

If choices is not a list but a vector, go to line after n elements.

circle

Logical, use a circle or a square button

size

Size of the button : default, lg, sm, xs.

up

Logical. Display the dropdown menu above.

width

Width of the dropdown menu content.

Functions

  • colorSelectorExample: Examples of use for colorSelectorInput

  • colorSelectorDrop: Display a colorSelector in a dropdown button

Examples

if (interactive()) { # Full example colorSelectorExample() # Simple example ui <- fluidPage( colorSelectorInput( inputId = "mycolor1", label = "Pick a color :", choices = c("steelblue", "cornflowerblue", "firebrick", "palegoldenrod", "forestgreen") ), verbatimTextOutput("result1") ) server <- function(input, output, session) { output$result1 <- renderPrint({ input$mycolor1 }) } shinyApp(ui = ui, server = server) }