R IDE and debugger now available for 64-bit Windows; Webinar Tuesday

February 18, 2010

(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

We’ve just upgraded REvolution R Enterprise to version 3.1 and expanded the available platforms to include 64-bit Windows. (REvolution R Enterprise is our subscription-based distribution of R.) This means that you can now create R programs on Windows that use all of your available memory, instead of being constrained by the 3Gb limit imposed by 32-bit versions of Windows. And you can create and run such programs using REvolution’s R Productivity Environment, with all of the features of a modern development environment including breakpoints and a step-debugger.

If you’d like to learn more, I’ll be hosting a live webinar this coming Tuesday, February 23 to highlight the programming and debugging capabilities of REvolution R Enterprise. If you attended our previous webinar 7 Ways to Increase Your R Productivity this one will be similar, but with additional focus on the capabilities to analyze large data sets with the 64-bit version. Click the link below for more details and to register.

REvolution Computing: Webinar: 7 Ways to Increase Your R Productivity

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