The Ex Libris Generator

February 1, 2016

(This article was first published on R – Fronkonstin, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Go ahead stomp your feet on the floorboards
Clap your hands if that’s really what you came here for
(Heaven, The Milk Carton Kids)

Inspired by curves created by the harmonograph, I have done a Shiny app to generate random images that you can personalize and use as an Exlibris.  You can try the App here. For me, an exlibris (also known as bookplates) can be a nice, original and useful present for book-lovers. This is an example:
More examples:

I always put the code at the end of my posts. Since I always have doubts about how many people are interested in what I do, today will be different. I will share the code with those who ask it to me in any of the following ways:

  • Sending me a direct message on Twitter
  • Droping me an email


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