Extracting top 2-3 hex colors from images in R

Extracting top 2-3 hex colors from images in R

I am wondering if it is possible to extract out the main hex colors from image files containing team sports logos. I have the following vector of logos:

I am wondering if it is possible to extract out the main hex colors from image files containing team sports logos. I have the following vector of logos:

dput(team.logos[1:5))
c("https://a.espncdn.com/combiner/i?img=/i/teamlogos/ncaa/500/399.png", 
"https://a.espncdn.com/combiner/i?img=/i/teamlogos/ncaa/500/2066.png", 
"https://a.espncdn.com/combiner/i?img=/i/teamlogos/ncaa/500/42.png", 
"https://a.espncdn.com/combiner/i?img=/i/teamlogos/ncaa/500/311.png", 
"https://a.espncdn.com/combiner/i?img=/i/teamlogos/ncaa/500/160.png")

Using the following website (https://html-color-codes.info/colors-from-image/) - I am able to see that the hex color values in the first image (UAlbany) are #FEBE10 for yellow, and #3F1E6B for the purple, as well as white.

My question is - is there any way to scrape these hex values for each image in my vector in R (so I don't have to manually load each image and click to find each hex value).

Thanks!

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