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April 19, 2013

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Here we go again...Revolution lecturing about open source. When are you guys going to open source your proprietary bits? I am sure the R community can benefit a lot from that. More than that, I am sure they will make it better. Given that your product rests on the thankless efforts of so many, I think it's time you guys put your money where your mouth is. Either go open source, or go build something from scratch.

@Nick, Here are just some of Revolution Analytics' open source contributions: the RHadoop project, NetworkSpaces, foreach and iterators, doMC, doParallel. This doesn't include open-source projects created by third parties funded by Revolution Analytics, e.g. bigvis.

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