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Thanks to:
  o Google, who make the visualisation API available
  o All the guys behind www.gapminder.org and Hans Rosling for telling
    everyone that data is not boring 
  o Sebastian Pérez Saaibi for his inspiring talk on 'Generator
    Tool for Google Motion Charts' at the R/RMETRICS conference 2010
  o Henrik Bengtsson for providing the 'R.rsp: R Server Pages'
    package and his reviews and comments
  o Duncan Temple Lang for providing the 'RJSONIO' package
  o Deepayan Sarkar for showing us in the lattice package how to deal
    with lists of options  
  o Paul Cleary for a bug report on the handling of months:
    Google date objects expect the months Jan.- Dec. as 0 - 11 and
    not 1 - 12.
  o Ben Bolker for comments on plot.gvis and the usage of temporary
    files  
  o John Verzani for pointing out how to use the R http help server
  o Cornelius Puschmann and Jeffrey Breen for highlighting a
    dependency issue with RJONSIO version 0.7-1
  o Manoj Ananthapadmanabhan and Anand Ramalingam for providing
    ideas and code to animate a Google Geo Map
  o Rahul Premraj for pointing out a rounding issue with Google Maps 
  o Mike Silberbauer for an example showing how to shade the
    areas in annotated time line charts
  o Tony Breyal for providing instructions on changing the Flash
    security settings to display Flash charts locally 
  o Alexander Holcroft for reporting a bug in gvisMotionChart
    when displaying data with special characters in column names
  o Pat Burns for pointing out typos in the vignette
  o Jason Pickering for providing a patch to allow for quarterly 
    and weekly time dimensions to be displayed with gvisMotionChart
  o Oliver Jay and Wai Tung Ho for reporting an issue with one-row 
    data sets
  o Erik Bülow for pointing out how to load the Google API via a
    secure connection
  o Sebastian Kranz for comments to enhance the argument list for
    gvisMotionChart to make it more user friendly 
  o Sebastian Kranz and Wei Luo for providing ideas and code to
    improve the transformation of R data frames into JSON code
  o Sebastian Kranz for reporting a bug in version 0.3.0
  o Leonardo Trabuco for helping to clarify the usage of the
    argument state in the help file of gvisMotionChart
  o Mark Melling for reporting an issue with jsDisplayChart and
    providing a solution
  o Joe Cheng for code contribution to make googleVis work with shiny
  o John Maindonald for reporting that the WorldBank demo didn't 
    download all data, but only the first 12000 records.
  o Sebastian Campbell for reporting a typo in the Andrew and Stock
    data set and pointing out that the core charts, such as line
    charts accept also date variables for the x-axis. 
  o John Maindonald for providing a simplified version of the
    WorldBank demo using the WDI package. 
  o John Muschelli for suggesting to add hovervar as an additional
    argument to gvisGeoChart.
  o Jacqueline Buros for providing code to include formats parameter 
    to gvisTable()
  o JJ Allaire for pointing out how to use the viewer pane in RStudio
  o Oliver Gjoneski and Ashton Trey Belew for patches on roles and 
    tooltips
  o Yihui Xie for pointing out formatting issues of the markdown 
    vignettes
  o John Taveras for reporting in gvisCheckCoreChartData
  o Paul Murrell for reporting an issue with setting width and height of 
    googleVis charts
  o Kurt Hornik for pointing out issues with README.md
  o stanstrup for reporting an issue with gvisCoreChart
  o Jason Miller for highlighting that the column "% of World 
    Population" in sample data set "Population" needed to be 
    devided by 100
  o Juuso Parkkinen for reporting a bug in gvisMotionChart
  o Nick Salkowski for suggestions to improve the documentation
  o Kurt Hornik for informing of CRAN and R changes 
  o Sarang Brahme for comments on the documentation of gvisIntensityMap
  o Carsten Langer for reporting an issue with ordered factors