I just wanted to briefly describe how to install R for a Windows machine. So the first thing you need to do is load and launch your web browser, so I'll do that here. I'm using Chrome, but it doesn't really matter. And you need to go to the Comprehensive R Archive Network, or CRAN, so I'll just type that in here. And you'll see that at the top there's three options, there's Linux, Mac and Windows, so you can go to the Mac version here, and you want to click on the baselink here, and at the very top you will see download R 3.0.3 for Windows and that's exactly what you want, so you can just click on this link. And the download will start. And so depending on how fast your Internet connection is, this might take a few minutes. Okay. So the download's finished. I'm going to click on this. And you'll probably have to click on Yes for this. And so you can choose your language here. There are a number of choices in terms of the translations that you can choose from. So I'm going to choose English because that's my language. Then you can just click through the installer. It'll kind of walk you through the various steps and so we'll do that right now just to see what the options are. So you click on next. You have to agree to the license which is the new general public license so feel free to read it then click on next. Usually the default installation directory is fine, so I'm going to go through this. The default user installation is fine, there are other kind of installation setups that you can choose from, if you know you only have a 32 bit machine, maybe an older machine, you could click on that. By default it will install both version so you don't have to really worry about it. So just click though next on this one, and you can choose to kind of take all of the defaults, or you can try to customize your start up. I'm going to customize the start up just so you can see kind of what the options are here. So, this option here shows you, asks whether you want an MDI or SDI interface, so what means is basically do you want R to kind of run in one big window, with different subwindows inside of a big window, or do you want it to run in kind of like, separate windows. I prefer to use the SDI mode so the console will be in one window and the kind of graphics window will be a separate window. I just kind of feel like I like that a little bit better, it's easier to work with. So I'm going to click on the SDI option. And then you can choose how you want to look at your help files. So the HTML help is a little bit nicer, it's prettier to read, and the plain text help is, well, it's just plain text. So maybe I'll just click on plain text just to be different. And then you can choose whether you want standard or internet2 internet access. This, generally speaking, you should not mess with, so just click on next. You can create a shortcut in the start menu, so that's usually a good idea. And you can usually choose the defaults here in terms of creating a desktop icon. Unless your desktop is very cluttered, then you want to avoid that. So these defaults are fine, so I'll click on Next, and then it'll start installing the files on your computer. So now it's done and we can just click on Finish, here. And you've now installed R on your computer and so I'll just close this browser here. And I see I've got a desktop icon here so I'll just double-click on that and there we are, we're running R.