Posts Tagged ‘ Announcements ’

R 2.14.2 and R 2.15.0 coming soon

February 13, 2012
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The R core group has announced release dates for the next two versions of R (with their code names): 2.14.2 "Gift-Getting Season" on Feb 29 (3rd anniversary of R-1.0.0!) 2.15.0 "Easter Beagle" on Mar 30 R 1.0.0 was released twelve years ago on February 29, 2000; this will be the third February 29 since then. (Hence Peter Dalgaard's little...

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Revolution R update adds Red Hat 6 support

February 8, 2012
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The Dev Team at Revolution Analytics recently released an update to the Revolution R 5 family. Version 5.0.1 adds compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for all editions (Community, Academic and Enterprise). This expands the platform support to Red Hat 5, Red Hat 6 and Microsoft Windows. For Revolution R Enterprise customers and users of the free Academic...

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Announcing Revolution R Enterprise 5.0

November 15, 2011
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We're proud to announce the latest update to the enhanced, commercial-grade distribution of R, Revolution R Enterprise 5.0. With each new release, Revolution R Enterprise adds more capabilities to open-source R, to make R users more productive, to improve performance of R programs, to support Big Data analytics, and to provide servers and APIs for enterprise deployment. New features...

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R 2.14.0 is released

October 31, 2011
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As scheduled, the first release of the new R 2.14 series is now available for download in source code form. As of this writing, pre-compiled binaries for Windows, Linux and MacOS aren't yet available, but will appear on your local CRAN mirror in the next couple of days. One of the biggest changes in 2.14 is the introduction of...

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R 2.13.2 released

September 30, 2011
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The R core team announced today that R 2.13.2 is now available: The byte pixies have rolled up R-2.13.2.tar.gz at 9:00 this morning. This is intended to be the final release of the 2.13 series, for the benefit of those apprehensive of putting 2.14.x into production use. This update fixes a number of minor bugs (for example, pch="." will...

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R 2.14 to be released on October 31; R 2.13 patch on September 13

September 19, 2011
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The next major release of R has been announced: R 2.14.0 is scheduled for October 31. Details are still coming in about the new features planned for this release, but R core member Luke Tierney has revealed some of the performance improvements expected, and R core member Brian Ripley has spoken of forthcoming low-level support for multi-threaded computing and...

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I’m Starting a New Position at the University of Virginia

September 8, 2011
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I’m Starting a New Position at the University of Virginia

I just accepted an offer for a faculty position at the University of Virginia in the Center for Public Health Genomics / Department of Public Health Sciences. Starting in October I will be developing and directing a new centralized bioinformatics core ...

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Uwe Ligges joins R-core

July 22, 2011
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TU Dortmund professor Uwe Ligges is now a member of R-core, the group of 20 leading statisticians and computer scientists who oversee the R Project and develop and maintain the source code for the R engine and its core packages. Uwe has been very active in the R project for many years: he maintains the system that builds Windows...

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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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