R 3.3.3 Released

Kevin Feasel

2017-03-08

R

David Smith alerts us to R 3.3.3:

The R core group announced today the release of R 3.3.3 (code-name: “Another Canoe”). As the wrap-up release of the R 3.3 series, this update mainly contains minor bug-fixes. (Bigger changes are planned for R 3.4.0, expected in mid-April.) Binaries for the Windows version are already up on the CRAN master site, and binaries for all platforms will appear on your local CRAN mirror within the next couple of days.

For now, I’m holding out until R 3.4.0.

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