PluginR in updated

June 27, 2012

(This article was first published on UEB Blog. Musings on R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

PluginR has been updated in So what? Do I need to update my PluginR? How can I do it?

PluginR resides in a subversion (svn) repository in Files can be fetched at any time by anyone using svn (see details in about how to get mods from svn)

Every now and then, PluginR is packaged as a Mod (external package to be used in Tiki) and updated in , so that it can be downloaded from there also.

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This means that you can fetch it from there also as a mod (clicking at the package icon next to the mod)…

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… or it can be installed directly in your Tiki from the mods admin panel (through a url like ):

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In order to upgrade a previous version of PluginR, you can either fetch the new package, download it, uncompress, and copy it over your tiki installation (files will be replaced, and new files added). Or you can use the tiki admin panel, as shown above, that will guide you to upgrade your PluginR Mod.

Last, but not least, remember, as usual, that you can find screenscasts about the Tiki install and Mod install (as well as first steps using PluginR) in links shown in the documentation page for PluginR:

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