# GPU Computing with R

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Statistics is computationally intensive. Routine statistical tasks such as data extraction, graphical summary, and technical interpretation all require heavy use of modern computing machinery. Obviously, these tasks can benefit greatly from a parallel computing environment where multiple calculations can be performed simultaneously.

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