# Updating R

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As you might know by now, the latest R version was recently released (R 3.4.0). That means that you are highly encouraged to update your R installation. There are several ways to do this some of which are documented in these other blog posts: Tal Galili, 2013, Kris Eberwein, 2015. You would think that it’s just a matter of downloading the latest R installer for your OS, installing it, and continuing your analysis.
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