If you really like a certain R visual, you can also package it as a pbiviz file to share with others. Once you set up the foundation to create the first pbiviz, it is easy to crank out many more just by replacing the R code and repackaging it (into a different pbiviz file). See instruction here.
But this post isn’t about making charts. It turns out you can hijack the R visual to do lots of other things too. Below are a few examples:
Note: I am no R expert. The examples below are relatively simple and cobbled together from similar things online. They may be a little clunky, but worth it, in my opinion, to be able to dynamically leverage many more of the R capabilities through Power BI.
Read on for some interesting examples.