Can Shiny Do this?

I have some raster-layers that I want to display interactively so that I can mouse over the image and and display the row and column of the pixel. If I have the row and column I know how I can get the UTM coordinates and the pixel value of the original data and display that.

I am can export the rasters (not plots) as geo-tiff files for importing into ImageJ which allows interactive mouse over but that creates other problems and is kind of a PIA for the data that I have.

Is Shiny right for me for this?



I found this: How to create shiny app using stacked raster image?

I've never done it, but I imagine that as long as your raster is georeferenced, you would be able to extract the coordinates and the pixel values.

This will help me, I now see a new approach as soon as I can get back to this project.

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