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Re: Re: How to use R within Mathematica

For my own personal use, or for non-commercial academic use, I do not 
find the listed cost of RLink as "very reasonable" -- especially given 
that some of its crucial functionality can be achieved for free using 
the sort of code that Eric Neuwirth posted in this group ([mg100783]).

David Reiss wrote:
> RLink is readily available at
> However it is not a free application....  though its cost is very
> reasonable....
> Hope this helps.
> --David

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