[R] how to archive old shiny applications

Yuan Chun Ding ycd|ng @end|ng |rom coh@org
Thu Mar 5 23:46:46 CET 2020

Thank you for pointing me there.


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Subject: Re: [R] how to archive old shiny applications

That'll be between you and the people who run shinyapps.io. 

It's not a question for r-help, more likely



> On 5 Mar 2020, at 23:04 , Yuan Chun Ding <ycding using coh.org> wrote:
> Hi R users,
> We like to use shiny program to share data view between collaborators in different universities.
> When running shiny, I got the following errors, so I just found that I am allowed to upload up to five applications.  I want to remove the first four old applications (not view those plots /tables any more). Does any one know how to archive or even remove old applications I uploaded before?  So I can upload new ones?
> Thank you,
> Ding
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> Preparing to deploy application...Error: HTTP 402 POST 
> https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://api.shinyapps.io/v1/applications/_
> _;!!Fou38LsQmgU!5w1tB2N6X1dyoEVpLNRp30nlC-IoIB2N7yoLmSZjCuDCfnhJdYANGz
> 2hB90r$ You have reached the maximum number of applications allowed 
> for your account.
> Execution halted
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