Posts Tagged ‘ Announcements ’

R 2.13.1 released

July 8, 2011
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As announced by the R core team, R 2.13.1 has been released on schedule today. For those who build R themselves, updated source code is available now; pre-built binaries will propagate through the CRAN network over the next couple of days. This update includes some minor bug fixes to graphics, fixes to some edge cases in the class systems,...

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R 2.13.1 scheduled for July 8

June 30, 2011
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The R Core team announced today that the next update to R, version 2.13.1, will be released on July 8. Core team member Peter Dalgaard noted: The 2.13.0 release has been quite solid, but some people expect an x.y.1 to roll out on larger installations for the next academic year. Of course, there have also been a sampling of...

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Steal This Blog!

June 22, 2011
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Steal This Blog!

I wanted to contribute any content and code I post here to the R Programming Wikibook so I made a slight change to the Creative Commons license on this blog. All the written content is now cc-by-sa and all the code here is still open source BSD. So fee...

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R 2.13.0 released

April 13, 2011
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The R Core Group has released the latest update to open-source R, R 2.13.0 is now available. You can download the new source distribution from the R Project website, and I see from the Download R tool at inside-R.org that binaries for Windows and Mac are already available at my local CRAN mirror (and, shortly, yours too). The (long)...

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R 2.12.2 is available

February 25, 2011
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R 2.12.2 is available

As previously announced, R 2.12.2 is available for download today. Browsing through the various mirrors (using the Download R tool on inside-R.org), it looks like the Windows version is already available on many mirrors; the Mac and Linux versions will follow soon (and of course, sources are available now). The complete list of changes is in the announcement on...

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Revolution R Enterprise 4.2 now available

February 1, 2011
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Today we're pleased to announce the availability of the latest update to the Revolution R family, Revolution R Enterprise 4.2. This release includes all of the capabilities of the most powerful statistical software available, open-source R (version 2.11.1), plus additional components for big data analysis, integration, user experience and more. Version 4.2 includes a number of new features, including:...

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Submit your talks for the R user conference

January 19, 2011
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useR! 2011, the annual R user conference supported by the R Foundation for Statistical Computing, will be held this year in the United Kingdom at the University of Warwick (which is located, oddly enough, in Coventry). Last year's conference featured dozens of presentations on R's use in pretty much every domain of analysis, science and research. There were talks...

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R 2.12.1 is out

December 16, 2010
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As promised, the latest patch to R is out with the release of R 2.12.1, as announced today by the R Core Team. If you build R yourself, sources are available now at your local CRAN mirror, and binaries for Windows, Mac and Linux will be available in the next few days. There are a few new features: The...

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R 2.12.0 released

October 15, 2010
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As announced today, The new R 2.12.0 is now available in source form, and you'll soon be able to download R as an installable binary for Windows, Mac and Linux from your local CRAN mirror. In the meantime, if you're not building R yourself you can check out the list of new features in the NEWS file. As usual,...

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Introducing RevoDeployR: Web Services for R

September 14, 2010
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Today, Revolution Analytics announced another add-on to R as part of Revolution R Enterprise. RevoDeployR is a Web Services framework for R, designed to make it easy to scalably and securely integrate computations done in R into other applications like spreadsheets and web pages. The idea is simple: as an R programmer, you can create a script in R...

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