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R Module with Excel

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HI Experts using excel 2010

How would you intergrate or use a R Module with excel and what are the benefits  and disadvantages...and are there any links on how this works..
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There is program that allows to execute R code from Excel : RExcel
A tutorial for this exists here
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Thanks for the feedback
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