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January 12, 2016

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So, when will you bring R integration to Excel? :)

If you would include faculty along with students, this would be worthwhile. Otherwise, why bother? Yes, I know about the cheap licenses for institutions. As a faculty member with little ability to get my institution to do anything, this is frustrating.

@Owe, nothing to announce yet, but stay tuned...

@Harold, sorry about the frustration. However, Microsoft R Open is free to everyone, including faculty. More details here.

I downloaded Revolution R open (from Microsoft R open from MRAN). I used Mac OS with El Captain, when I run it I receive the following error:
Jan 14 09:57:00 Revolution R Open[874] : CGContextSetFillColorWithColor: invalid context 0x0. If you want to see the backtrace, please set CG_CONTEXT_SHOW_BACKTRACE environmental variable.
Jan 14 09:57:00 Revolution R Open[874] : CGContextSetStrokeColorWithColor: invalid context 0x0. If you want to see the backtrace, please set CG_CONTEXT_SHOW_BACKTRACE environmental variable.

what does it mean?
thanks.

FP&A and Risk Management worldwide would rejoice (if they had R and Excel seamlessly in one place).

Where do I get the R Server for Devs (windows)?

Any guidance on making MS R Server play nicely on Debian (Ubuntu in particular)? Running RRO at the moment but would be nice to learn the Revo stuff.

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