The changes from version0.2.4, the current CRAN release, are:
Track changes in package ‘photobiology’ 0.9.21:
Revise examples in the User Guides to use the new methods. Revise other documentation.
Revise to track changes in ‘photobiology’ version 0.9.21.
Revise plot() methods to support objects with multiple spectra in long form.
Revise plot() methods to not use by default calculated summaries in annotations when a plot contains multiple spectra.
Revise plot() methods to retrieve and validate the name of the factor used to identify multiple spectra, using as default the value stored in the attribute "idfactor" implemented in ‘photobiology’ 0.9.21.
While waiting for the release of ‘ggplot2’ 2.3.0 I am keeping two parallel branches of ‘ggpmisc’ under development.
‘ggpmisc’ 0.2.17 is in CRAN and remains unchanged. It requires the CRAN version of ‘ggplot2’.
‘ggpmisc’ 0.2.17.9910 is in the CRAN-like repository at this site. It is as thoroughly tested as the CRAN version but contains geom_table and the stats that use this geometry, which make use of the development version of ‘ggplot2’ from Github. ‘ggplot2’ at commit #2620 (2018-05-17) or later is needed for ‘ggpmisc’ 0.2.17.9910, while 0.2.17.9902 and earlier versions from this branch require ‘ggplot2’ at least commit #2034 (2017-02-09).
If you install ‘ggplot2’ from Github after May 17, 2018 (selecting any commit from this day onwards) you will need this new version of ‘ggpmisc’ or the CRAN version. If you are using ‘ggplot2’ from CRAN, or an earlier commit from Github, to use this new version you will need first to install the latest development version of ‘ggplot2’ from Github.
After ‘ggplot2’ (>= 2.3.0) makes it to CRAN, a version from this enhanced branch will be submitted to CRAN as version >= 0.3.0. Release seems to be now imminent.
Changes from version 0.2.17.9903 (3 June 2018)
Split the original package into two packages as per roadmap: debugging and and layer manipulation functions are now in pakage ‘gginnards’ while the rest of the functions remain in ‘ggmisc’.