Superclassing to R⁶

April 1, 2017
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To avoid “branding” confusion with R⁴ I’m superclassing it to R⁶ and encouraging others in the R community to don the moniker and do their own small, focused posts on topics that would help the R community learn things. Feel free to use R⁶ (I’ll figure out an acronym later). Feel free to tag your posts as R⁶ (or r6) and use the moniker as you see fit.

I’ll eventually tag the 2 current “r4” posts as “r6”.

Hopefully we can link together a cadre of R⁶ posts into a semi-organized structure that all can benefit from.

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