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All of CRAN and BioConductor have been built for i386 and amd64 for All of CRAN and !BioConductor have been built for i386 and amd64 for
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In some early beta testing is an application of cran2deb to the BioConductor archive for the amd64 platform of In some early beta testing is an application of cran2deb to the !BioConductor archive for the amd64 platform of
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Packages prepared by the OmegaHat group are mostly also uploaded to CRAN and as such do not need any separate treatment. Packages prepared by the !OmegaHat group are mostly also uploaded to CRAN and as such do not need any separate treatment.

R, CRAN, OmegaHat, BioConductor

Core packages

Debian offers packages for the statistics environment R all its current releases. Backports of the latest versions to past releases of Debian and the the current and past releases of Ubuntu are available from

External package archives

All of CRAN and BioConductor have been built for i386 and amd64 for both stable and unstable using the cran2deb effort https://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/cran2deb/, the successor of pkg-bioc:

In some early beta testing is an application of cran2deb to the BioConductor archive for the amd64 platform of

Packages prepared by the OmegaHat group are mostly also uploaded to CRAN and as such do not need any separate treatment.

Contact

  • the author of the individual Debian/Ubuntu package for packaging-related issues, to be found by "apt-cache show debianpackagename"
  • the developer of the respective R package for the content, to by found in /usr/share/doc/debianpackagename/changelog.gz
  • the Debian R-sig mailing list on https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-sig-debian