svgViewR

'Animated sinusoid' example in svgViewR interactive 3D web viewer. See svgViewR Interactive Commands for instructions on how to zoom, rotate and translate shapes.
Most standard visualization tools are intended for visualization of 2D, static data. Yet the vast majority of biological phenomena are neither 2D nor static. The svgViewR package for R allows users to easily create visualizations of 3D data or moving models with interactive zoom, 3D rotation and translation using mouse and keyboard shortcuts.

svgViewR currently supports the plotting of points, lines and paths using functions similar to the native plotting functions in R. The interactive visualization is saved as a single '.html' file that can be opened with any compatible web browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera). Interactivity and animations are achieved using standard Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), JavaScript, and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) code; no additional drivers, software or add-ons are required. See svgViewR Interactive Commands for instructions on how to zoom, rotate and translate shapes.

svgViewR Resources