FAQ: Trouble running RKWard after upgrading to R 3.x?
RKWard fails to start after you have upgraded to R 3.0.x or 3.1.x? RKWard supports R 3.x since version 0.6.1, but only if it was compiled against R 3.x. This means that after upgrading R, you will have to re-compile or re-install RKWard. In case of doubt, don't hesitate to contact us.
RKWard 0.6.2 - Graphics features come to the Mac, many new features for plugin development
20 October 2014
The RKWard team is proud to announce the release of version 0.6.2 of the free statistical software suite -- the first release since April 2013. Next to the usual round of bug-fixing, this release is packed with important new features. One of these is the new RKWard native on-screen graphics device RK(), which finally brings RKWard's graphics device features to the Mac. Plugin developers can utilize some new controls, and fetch information from R, dynamically.
At the some time several of the official plugins have been improved (e.g., the plot export formats now include support for tikzDevice; there's a new dialog to recode categorical data, and the linear regression dialog gains an option to save all predicted values to your workspace). But also there have been notable additions to RKWard plugins that can be downloaded from our external plugin repository. For instance, there is a new package rk.power which adds a GUI for power analysis and sample size estimation to RKWard.
Information concerning development of RKWard. This includes information for translators, plugin authors, documentation writers, and other contributors.
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