list of removed R packages as requires 'gWidgets' or 'gWidgetsRGtk2' from CRAN [R for BE/BA]

posted by yjlee168 Homepage – Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 2020-07-01 01:33 (88 d 20:39 ago) – Posting: # 21625
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Dear all

I just Googled around and found the following R packages were also retired/removed/archived (n = 24) together with gWidgets & gWidgetsRGtk2 (not include gWidgetstcltk) from CRAN.
removed R packages        archived on
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SeqGrapheR                2020-05-20
stacomiR                  2020-05-20
CONS                      2020-05-20
ProgGUIinR                2020-04-30
WMCapacity                2020-05-20
reshapeGUI                2020-05-20
fit4NM                    2020-05-20
pcrsim                    2020-05-20
BAYESDEF                  2020-05-20
AtelieR                   2020-06-04
MissingDataGUI            2020-06-04
PKgraph                   2020-06-04
DCM                       2020-05-20
GrammR                    2020-05-20
MetSizeR                  2020-05-20
NPMOD                     2020-05-20
QVM                       2020-05-20
RQDA                      2020-05-20
Ricetl                    2020-05-20
RunuranGUI                2020-05-20
cppcor                    2020-05-20
melviewr                  2020-05-20
pcrsim                    2020-05-20
plfMA                     2020-05-20
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midrangeMCP               2020-05-20
(and Unarchived/Unorphaned on 2020-06-23)


ref. link.

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-- Yung-jin Lee
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