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December 08, 2010

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David,

What's the deal with wanting people to register just to view the presentation? Come on, this is just fishing for contacts. I have no intention of buying Revolution R (I work at a university) and am highly unlikely to use the free version (I also do work at a for-profit research consultancy and don't want to flip between environments depending on what I happen to be working on today). Doesn't mean I'm not interested in what you guys are doing.

Hi Gavin,

Thanks for the feedback about our website -- I really appreciate it. I hear you on the forms, and there's definitely a balance to be struck between being able to provide info to people who might buy Revolution R and people who just want the info. In any case, here's a direct link to those slides so you can download them without using the form -- hope it's useful.

David Smith

Thank you very much for providing the direct link, David. Really interesting presentation, and nice to see the value-added you guys are doing on top of standard R.

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