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[SA_Scat] SasView 4.2.0 released!

To coincide with SAS-2018, the SasView Collaboration is pleased to announce the latest release of its popular SAS data analysis package, SasView 4.2.0.
Download it now for free at http://www.sasview.org/
This version contains a number of infrastructural improvements, bug fixes, and documentation enhancements. Full details can be found in the Release Notes (http://www.sasview.org/docs/user/RELEASE.html).
We recommend that existing Users of SasView on 64-bit machines upgrade to 4.2.0.

STOP PRESS!Delegates at SAS-2018 can also catch a demonstration of the forthcoming SasView 5.0 at the SasView Users Meeting on October 12 at 14:15.
More information can be found at http://www.sasview.org/meetings/sas2018.html.

Thank you for your continued support and encouragement.
The SasView Collaboration
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