R 3.2.4 released

March 11, 2016

(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The R Core Group announced yesterday the release of R 3.2.4, the final update in the R 3.2.x series. (R 3.3.0 is scheduled for release on April 14.) This update, codenamed "Very Secure Dishes", makes a few minor improvements and bug fixes, including long vector support for the smooth function, some improvements in package installation, and a few accuracy improvements for edge-cases in some statistical functions.

R 3.2.4 is available for download now for Windows, Mac and Linux from a CRAN mirror near you.

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