ggasym 0.1.6 Unreleased

  • This minor update was necessary to maintain compatibility with the latest versions of ‘dplyr’.
  • Increment supported version of R from R (>= 3.5.0) to R (>= 3.6.0)
  • Also minor tooling changes to add pre-commit and ‘renv’ and remove AppVeyor and Travis CI (only using GitHub Actions, now).
  • Add code coverage report CI as a GitHub Action (based on implementation by ‘ggplot2’)

ggasym 0.1.5 2020-07-15

  • This minor update was necessary to maintain compatibility with the latest versions of ‘broom’.

ggasym 0.1.4 2020-05-31

ggasym 0.1.3 2020-04-03

  • Minor update to fix failing test with release of ‘dplyr’ v1.0.0.
  • Increased the amount of CI testing using GitHub Actions.

ggasym 0.1.2 2019-11-21

  • Changed theme of the pkgdown site (to “flatly”).
  • Adjusted the navigation bar to be more aesthetically pleasing and linked to my Twitter (@JoshDoesa).
  • Added a vignette for the use of the ‘corrr’ package with ‘ggasym’ to compare the results of different correlation methods.
  • The testing of scale_fill/color_*() now adjusts to the version of ‘scales’.

ggasym 0.1.1 2019-03-23

  • Minor cosmetic fixes (i.e. wrong file names, typos) - no changes to functionality or use of the package.

ggasym 0.1.0 2019-03-15

  • Package is ready for use! All major desired functions are implemented, tests are written and passing, and documentation is unified after the addition of the statistical test wrapper and diagonal fill.

ggasym Unreleased

  • Introduced a wrapper for preparing the results of a statistical test for use in geom_asymmat

ggasym Unreleased

  • Another fill aesthetic has been implemented along the diagonal: fill_diag. It has the standard assortment of wrapper functions for the continuous-scale fills.

ggasym Unreleased

  • The “asymmetrization” preparation step down includes the ability to use dplyr::group_by to maintain a column(s) that will be used for facetting.

ggasym Unreleased

  • The asymmetrise function was included to prepare the input table before handing to ggplot2. This was necessary after I realized my previous version would not work if you passed the aesthetics for x and y to ggplot() before adding to geom_asymmat().

ggasym Unreleased

  • I have figured out how to adjust the fill of the top-left and bottom-right triangles by adjusting the actual ggproto object. Therefore, I will be able to implement ggasym as a natural ggplot2 geom_! Currently, only scale_fill_tl/br_fill() are functional, but are great proofs-of-concept.

ggasym Unreleased

  • pkgdown website begun - ggasym not yet functional.