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Re: How to use R within Mathematica

Yes, I guess that I would have to agree with you Murray.  (I didn't
look at the overall pricing structure of RLink, but did feel that $200
was a decently low price.)

I generally think that academic, non-commercial, non-profit, and
retirees should have a 30% or greater discount on software....

That's my general policy for what I do  for Mathematica packages and

Perhaps scienceops would respond positively to this if asked..


On Jun 15, 5:37 am, Murray Eisenberg <mur... at> wrote:
> 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 ().
> 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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