R 3.5.3 Available

David Smith shares some info on R 3.5.3, released on Monday:

The R Core Team announced yesterday the release of R 3.5.3, and updated binaries for Windows and Linux are now available (with Mac sure to follow soon). This update fixes three minor bugs (to the functions writeLinessetClassUnion, and stopifnot), but you might want to upgrade just to avoid the “package built under R 3.5.4” warnings you might get for new CRAN packages in the future.

Click through for more info on this release, including where the name from each R release comes from.

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