Microsoft R Open 3.5.2 and 3.5.3

David Smith announces Microsoft R Open 3.5.2 and reveals when 3.5.3 comes out:

It’s taken a little bit longer than usual, but Microsoft R Open 3.5.2 (MRO) is now available for download for Windows and Linux. This update is based on R 3.5.2, and accordingly fixes a few minor bugs compared to MRO 3.5.1. The main change you will note is that new CRAN packages released since R 3.5.1 can now be used with this version of MRO.

David also lets us know that they’re working on 3.6.0’s release.

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