In order to protect your privacy, Google has specific requirements for connecting and allowing applications to access your data. These requirements mean that there are some things you should know, and in server deployments some extra setup steps required, for projects connecting to Google BigQuery.
To obtain and use your own Google API credentials:
~/.bq_client_idon Unix based systems or
On launch, ReviewR will check the path defined in step 3 above for a
client_secret.json file. If found, it will use these
credentials instead of the Wiley Lab credentials that have been built
into the package. Additionally, you may also run
ReviewR::run_app(secrets_json = '/path/to/client_secret.json')
if you would prefer to store this file elsewhere.
If you are using ReviewR on a Shiny Server deployment and intend to connect to data stored in Google BigQuery you must obtain your own Google API credentials. Otherwise, authentication will fail as Google will be unable to determine where to redirect authenticated users. After ReviewR is installed and accessible on a server with a secured fully qualified domain name: