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[New Features on Steemg] CN-kids contest!

Links: steemit.com, cnsteem.com, busy.org, steemdb.com, steemd.com

Steemg (website: http://steemg.org) is an online collection and analysis tool for steem activities and contests. Steemg displays all the related posts of an activity or contest, even if some of them are too old to find on steemit.com. The participation frequency of each author is summarized. Participants and organizers of the activity can see the statistic analysis figures. An brief introduction can be found in one of my previous post: [New Project] steemg: an online collection and analysis tool for steem activities and contests. Thanks to the support from utopian.io!

What feature(s) I added

Besides some minor improvement on the web elements such as some English translations, a new webpage of the CN-Kids contest was added, which display and analyze the post and author data online.

CN-Kids is a new contest in the CN community. Any work, such as songs, poems, diaries, or drawings, by a kid < 12 years old can participate this contest. Some parents spend so much time on Steem that they miss many great work made by their children. CN-Kids Contest was intended to draw their attention to their children’s growing up.

The webpage of the CN-Kids contest includes:

  • a table which displays all the related posts of the CN-Kids Contest with the date, author, title, hyperlink, payout and upvote,

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  • search bars with which users can sort each column by simply clicking the headers in either ascending order or descending order,

  • a table of the participation frequency of each author, whom the users can rank by the cumulative participation frequency, or the cumulative payout, or the cumulative upvotes, and

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  • statistic analysis figures of the time series of cumulative posts, votes and payouts.

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How I implemented them?

I added some data processing codes in the server.R and some web elements in the ui.R. Link to relevant lines in the code on GitHub is here and here.

Have fun!



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