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Reproducibility stands as a pivotal feature within the realm of data analysis for several compelling reasons:

In this context, the qenv object within the teal.code package emerges as a pivotal tool, facilitating the development of reproducible shiny/teal modules.

It’s worth noting that there exists a public shinymeta R package by RStudio, offering similar functionality. However, integrating shinymeta into teal modules poses challenges. Consequently, we recommend the use of qenv for teal-based applications.

For comprehensive insights, please refer to the qenv vignette.

Important Note: The legacy approach to handling reproducibility, known as chunks, has been deprecated. We strongly advocate for the adoption of qenv as its successor.