Shiny Year 2014

January 1, 2014
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http://simecek.shinyapps.io/pf2014en/
(backup http://glimmer.rstudio.com/simecek/pf2014en/, source on Github)

“Pour Felicitér” is a French phrase used by Czech and Slovak to wish a happy new year, but not in French speaking countries. It is dating back to the beginning of 19. century when French was popular in Czech/Austrian city population similar way as English is today.

I originally wanted to make it a snow flake to share a plenty of snow we have in Maine. But then I discovered this Xmas R post and made it Shiny.

Let your 2014 be shiny as well!

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