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September 07, 2010

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Thank you once again for making it freely available to the academic community.

Are there plans for an OSX version?

Hi Bruno, unfortunately there are currently no plans for a MacOS X version of Revolution R Enterprise.

Maybe you need to follow the Red Hat model and make all this proprietary stuff free/GNU compatible (like R). Many of us won't touch RevoScaleR even if it's free to academia because you don't release it under the same license as R. This smells more and more like SAS now.

". But we do offer the open-source Revolution R Community distribution on Macs"
I only see enterprise version, how do we download the community version for mac?
thanks!

@John, sorry, this is an old post. We no longer offer the community edition on Mac, just Windows and Red Hat Linux.

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