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These functions include: install.pandoc (which was mentioned on this blog recently), install.git, install. So any comment on how to improve my code/documentation/R-fu, will be most welcomed (here or on github).

If you want to try and upgrade your R packages then see 2.6 Are there Unix-like binaries for R?

function to call update This will start the updating process of your R installation.

You can find that in a previous update, the lane defining a previous cran R repository has been deactivated by using a "#" .

Use vi, pico, emacs, gedit or whatever your favorite editor is to change the name of the Ubuntu version, and erase the comment tag Use the keyserver code only if it is needed or requested. Still worked 2017 March 29th (changing the version of Ubuntu & adding this cmd line) : sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.--recv-keys 1397BC53640DB551 echo "deb trusty/" First check which version of R is supported for your Ubuntu:

Also I see you are capable to change your repository but not able to read the output of an error.

Es kann einerseits als Alternative zu kommerziellen Statistikprogrammen wie Stata oder SPSS verwendet werden, es bietet aber auch Möglichkeiten für fortgeschrittene (statistische) Programmierung.

This address will work if you have the "precise" version of Ubuntu (that is version 12.04).

It will not work, however, if you have a different Ubuntu version, as this name changes For example, Ubuntu 15.04's name is "Vivid". You can know the name of your version by accessing to THIS WEB PAGE For updates, most of the times this lane don't need to be added to the sources.list, but an editing of the is required instead.

It will check for newer versions, and if one is available, will guide you through the decisions you’d need to make. But for other operating systems, after updating R, a lot of packages might have been build under the old R version and it would be safer to re-install all the packages already installed.

It took me a while, but I finally found a simple way to do this which might be of interest to others.

If you are satisfied with my answer above consider accepting the answer as correct and put the green check mark against it. I installed R 3.4 from a tarball, but can't seem to get Ubuntu to recognize it...

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