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=== RKWard 0.6.0 is available - also on the Mac ===
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A new version of RKWard is available [[Download_RKWard|download]]. The most important bit for most users will be that RKWard 0.6.1 works with the upcoming R 3.0.0, while the previous version ''will not work'' with this version of R. Users installing RKWard from source should note that you will have to compile RKWard ''after'' upgrading to R 3.0.0 or later. If in doubt, feel free to [[Contact|ask]] for help.
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Today, a new version of RKWard is available for [[Download_RKWard|download]]. RKWard 0.6.0 adds initial support for debugging R code (a debugger console, and a display of current evaluation frames). Dialogs for - among others - t-tests and Wilcoxon-tests have been improved, a table of contents was added to the output window, and, as usual, many more features were added, and bugs were fixed, both in RKWard itself, and external plugins. Perhaps more importantly than all this, however, 0.6.0 is the first official release of RKWard to be readily [[RKWard on Mac|available on Mac OS X]].
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Besides compatibility, the new release brings new features and fixes. A particular development focus has been the addition of new options for plugin developers. For a more detailed description of the new features,[http://www.mail-archive.com/rkward-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/msg01949.html see] [http://www.mail-archive.com/rkward-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/msg01950.html these] [http://www.mail-archive.com/rkward-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/msg01982.html mails], or refer to the usual [http://rkward.sourceforge.net/documents/devel/plugins/index.html documentation on writing plugins for RKWard].
  
Also, at this occasion, I'd like to take a short moment to look back: RKWard is approaching it's tenth anniversary, version 0.1.0 was released on November 19, 2002. During those ten years, at times, the project has been on ice, or going at glacial speed. But the project is still here and - driven by a wonderful community - it's looking younger than ever, after all this time. Many thanks to everybody involved!
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Revision as of 16:20, 2 April 2013


Welcome to RKWard

RKWard RKWard is an easy to use and easily extensible IDE/GUI for R. It aims to combine the power of the R-language with the ease of use of commercial statistics tools.

RKWard's features include:

  • Spreadsheet-like data editor
  • Syntax highlighting, code folding and code completion
  • Data import (e.g. SPSS, Stata and CSV)
  • Plot preview and browsable history
  • R package management
  • Workspace browser
  • GUI dialogs for all kinds of statistics and plots

Its features can be extended by plugins, and it's all free software.

Get RKWard 0.6.1
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Current News

RKWard 0.6.1 - Support for R 3.0.0, new features for plugin developers

02 April 2013

A new version of RKWard is available download. The most important bit for most users will be that RKWard 0.6.1 works with the upcoming R 3.0.0, while the previous version will not work with this version of R. Users installing RKWard from source should note that you will have to compile RKWard after upgrading to R 3.0.0 or later. If in doubt, feel free to ask for help.

Besides compatibility, the new release brings new features and fixes. A particular development focus has been the addition of new options for plugin developers. For a more detailed description of the new features,see these mails, or refer to the usual documentation on writing plugins for RKWard.

Read more...

You can help

RKWard is developed by a community of volunteers, working on the project in their free time. You can help us in various ways:

User Documentation

At the time of this writing, the most complete overview of RKWard is given in an article in the Journal of Statistical Software (Abstract, PDF).

Our Screenshots and Mission Statement may also help to get a basic idea of RKWard, quickly. Further important resources for end users:

Developer Information

Information concerning development of RKWard. This includes information for translators, plugin authors, documentation writers, and other contributors.

Getting in Contact

Mailing Lists

RKWard currently offers two main mailing lists:

  • rkward-users The main list for user discussion about RKWard. This is a good place to ask for help with RKWard. Also this mailing lists is kept posted on the most important developments and new file releases.
  • rkward-devel The main list for discussions concerning the development of RKWard. Posting is not restricted to developers. If your topic goes beyond mere usage questions, this list is for you.

Due to problems with spam, posting is restricted to subscribers on both lists, but non-spam posts by non-subscribers will be allowed manually.

If you are interested in only the most basic information (new releases), consider subscribing to the RSS feed on freshcode: http://freshcode.club/feed/rkward.rss .

One further mailing list receives notifications of new source commits, and buildbot failures. High volume, intended primarily for developers:

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If you prefer posting in a Forum, you can do that as well:

Submitting bug reports / feature requests

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