Coding has to be done in R. Suggested packages are Leaflet, Shiny, Plotly...
For a breeding experiment, I would like to create a map of different plots of a field where I can show different variables e.g. yield per plot, straw yield, moisture content and so on. These values and the field design are stored in multiple excel files. It should also be possible to change the year of this data and add other variables over time. It would be very helpful if you could show the value of each variable in the plot and apply colour coding (Choropleths) to show differences. When hovering over the map/plot it would be nice to see additional information on that plot. See attached pictures for a rough idea.
The best example I could find online is this:
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Imagine countries as plots in a field. Case/Deaths as variables which can be changed. The horizontal slider could be the years.
And below that, a selection of varieties and treatments would be nice with tick boxes.
Examples are there, basically, this only needs to be adapted to my experiment. I am a student and therefore can't pay much but I value good work and would pay as much as I can. If you are interested I can send you an example of the data.