An R shiny application displays the data from the soil water contents (volumetric) and the soil temperatures from a recently started PhD project by Leonie Schönbeck. The different drought regimes have been wisely chosen and are very visible in the dygraphs which we programmed. The shiny application sources data from an Oracle database directly and really very fast, considering the amount of data which is sourced in the background. The dygraphs are so sleek and nice, I love them. :-)

Have a look for yourself and please consider giving feedback:


Haeni, M., Schönbeck, L., Gessler, A., & Schaub, M. (2016). MODOEKvis: R Shiny visualisation tool for the Model Ecosystem Facility (MODOEK) [Data set]. Zenodo.