R 2.11.1 scheduled for May 31

May 21, 2010
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As announced by the R Core Team, the next update to R will be 2.11.1 to be released on May 31. Despite being a minor-minor version increment, this release is expected to sport at least one new featureBIC (in package stats4) will work with multiple fitted models, like AIC does. There will also be some improvements to the installation process, and a few bug fixes (mainly for some pretty obscure cases: the level of detail these fixes go to is a testament to the quality of R). 

Look for the updated sources on May 31, with binaries to follow soon after.

R-announce mailing list: R 2.11.1 Scheduled for May 31

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