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Oracle® R Enterprise User's Guide
Release 11.2 for Linux, Solaris, AIX, and Windows

Part Number E26499-05
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Preface

This book describes how to install and use the 1.1 version of Oracle R Enterprise.

Audience

This document is intended for anyone responsible for installing Oracle R Enterprise and for anyone who uses Oracle R Enterprise. Installation and use of Oracle R Enterprise requires knowledge of R and the Oracle Database.

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