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hwordcloud

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Introduction

The htmlwidgets package is very interesting and powerful. All the time, I want write my own html widgets, but I failed. This is my third try, finally I success! and the hwordcloud package come out. As I first try using htmlwidgets, I hope you will tolerate some of the flaws of this R package, and I will improve it in the future. Next, let's use hwordcloud!

Installation

devtools::install_github('czxa/hwordcloud')
# or just use git
devtools::install_git("https://github.com/czxa/hwordcloud.git")

vignettes

Rendering word clouds using R + Highcharts

Licence

hwordclud has a dependency on Highcharts, a commercial JavaScript charting library. Highcharts offers both a commercial license as well as a free non-commercial license. Please review the licensing options and terms before using this software, as the hwordcloud license neither provides nor implies a license for Highcharts.

Highcharts (http://highcharts.com) is a Highsoft product which is not free for commercial and Governmental use.

Acknowledgements

Shiny Example

After Installation, you can run following codes to see hwordclud shiny app:

dir <- system.file("examples", "hwordcloud", package = "hwordcloud")
setwd(dir)
shiny::shinyAppDir(".")

License

MIT © czxa.top

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