Radio buttons (ChoiceGroup) let people select a single option from two or more choices.

For more details and examples visit the official docs. The R package can not handle each and every case, so for advanced use cases you need to work using the original docs to achieve the desired result.

ChoiceGroup(...)

ChoiceGroup.shinyInput(inputId, ..., value = defaultValue)

updateChoiceGroup.shinyInput(
session = shiny::getDefaultReactiveDomain(),
inputId,
...
)

## Arguments

focused

boolean
Indicates if the ChoiceGroupOption should appear focused, visually

name

string
This value is used to group each ChoiceGroupOption into the same logical ChoiceGroup

onBlur

(ev: React.FocusEvent<HTMLElement>, props?: IChoiceGroupOption) => void
A callback for receiving a notification when the choice has lost focus.

onFocus

(ev?: React.FocusEvent<HTMLElement | HTMLInputElement>, props?: IChoiceGroupOption) => void | undefined
A callback for receiving a notification when the choice has received focus.

required

boolean
If true, it specifies that an option must be selected in the ChoiceGroup before submitting the form

ariaLabelledBy

string
ID of an element to use as the aria label for this ChoiceGroup.

componentRef

IRefObject<IChoiceGroup>
Optional callback to access the IChoiceGroup interface. Use this instead of ref for accessing the public methods and properties of the component.

defaultSelectedKey

string | number
The key of the option that will be initially checked.

label

string
Descriptive label for the choice group.

onChange

(ev?: React.FormEvent<HTMLElement | HTMLInputElement>, option?: IChoiceGroupOption) => void
A callback for receiving a notification when the choice has been changed.

onChanged

(option: IChoiceGroupOption, evt?: React.FormEvent<HTMLElement | HTMLInputElement>) => void
Deprecated and will be removed by 07/17/2017. Use onChange instead.

options

IChoiceGroupOption[]
The options for the choice group.

selectedKey

string | number
The key of the selected option. If you provide this, you must maintain selection state by observing onChange events and passing a new value in when changed.

styles

IStyleFunctionOrObject<IChoiceGroupStyleProps, IChoiceGroupStyles>
Call to provide customized styling that will layer on top of the variant rules.

theme

ITheme
Theme (provided through customization).

## Best practices

### Layout

• Use radio buttons when there are two to seven options, you have enough screen space, and the options are important enough to be a good use of that screen space.

• If there are more than seven options, use a drop-down menu instead.

• To give people a way to select more than one option, use check boxes instead.

• If a default option is recommended for most people in most situations, use a drop-down menu instead.

• Align radio buttons vertically instead of horizontally, if possible. Horizontal alignment is harder to read and localize. If there are only two mutually exclusive options, combine them into a single check box or toggle. For example, use a check box for "I agree" statements instead of radio buttons for "I agree" and "I disagree".

### Content

• List the options in a logical order, such as most likely to be selected to least, simplest operation to most complex, or least risk to most. Listing options in alphabetical order isn't recommended because the order will change when the text is localized.

• Select the safest (to prevent loss of data or system access), most secure, and most private option as the default. If safety and security aren't factors, select the most likely or convenient option.

• Use a phrase for the label, rather than a full sentence.

• Make sure to give people the option to not make a choice. For example, include a "None" option.

## Examples

library(shiny.fluent)

if (interactive()) {
options <- list(
list(key = "A", text = "Option A"),
list(key = "B", text = "Option B"),
list(key = "C", text = "Option C")
)

shinyApp(
ui = div(
ChoiceGroup.shinyInput("choice", value = "B", options = options),
textOutput("groupValue")
),
server = function(input, output) {
output$groupValue <- renderText({ sprintf("Value: %s", input$choice)
})
}
)
}