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R to be integrated into SQL Server 2016

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This is pretty exciting as I've been a frequent SQL Server user since 1994! And it's a hassle to have to import data from SQL into R all the time just to use R's special powers.

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Original announcement
In-database R coming to SQL Server 2016 | R-bloggers

A demo
Demo: R in SQL Server 2016 | R-bloggers

This is pretty exciting as I've been a frequent SQL Server user since 1994! And it's a hassle to have to import data from SQL into R all the time just to use R's special powers.

Wow, pretty nice. But what about the rest of us who us Linux (ie: MariaDB). I guess we aren't so lucky. I have no desire to use Microsoft SQL Server, even with R built-in.

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