I suggest adding a multiple density function plot using the “sm.density.compare” function from the “sm” package. This is useful when when comparing several univariate variables that have a similar relationship (i.e. diodes on a circuit board). You could potentially select the columns in the same manner you already provide in the UI (autocomplete, range, or even dplyr::select). See the following post for reference: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37976140/sm-density-compare-displaying-multiple-density-estimations-in-a-single-plot
This is super interesting. Thanks for suggesting this! We’ll look into it.