rr_hardy at fccc.edu (Richard R. Hardy) writes:
> This probably was true some years back if you were not an academic
> purchaser (which I luckily was), but I think in no longer the case. I
> think that at today's pricing, and comparing equivalent setups
> (important), that Macs are pretty price competitive (assuming you don't
> compare to fly-by-night clones).
Fact: They are competitive.
> And in terms of setup and ease of use, I think Macs still have the edge.
> Of couse, the original question was more to the point of software
> availability on the different platforms, but since we're discussing
Ah, so I can't cite any figures, then? :(
(who does any serious molbiol analysis by using the mac to telnet to a unix or
Richard P. Grant MA DPhil rpgrant at molbiol.ox.ac.uk
Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Oxford.