# The Ex Libris Generator

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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: Cheers!

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