New 0.2.2 version of xplain

A new version of my package xplain has been released. xplain is a technology that allows to provide live interpretations and explanations of statistical functions and their results to R learners. It now supports the use of  xplain XML files from HTTPS addresses.

Since the xplain uses the XML package to process the XML files,  and the XML packages requires R 4.0.0 or higher, xplain depends now on R >= 4.0.0.

However, I am going to migrate xplain to xml2 in then near future, so that it works with R versions below 4.0.0.

To learn more about xplain:

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