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January 11, 2011

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It's really neat how easy this looks. I can't wait to give it a try.

Great, thanks David. Any hints for getting this to work with RevR Enterprise?

The googleVis package (and dependences) don't appear to have require R 2.12 specifically, but I don't think there are binaries for 2.11 (on which RRE4 is based) so you might need to build them from source. Haven't tried it yet myself, but I will and see how it works.

Really Great google VIs package i can wait

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