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*Note: This package version needs at least R >= 3.5.0.*

`AgeS_Computation()`

- Now stops if a mismatch was encountered between the number of
samples and the matrix provided via
`THETA`

to prevent a ‘JAGS’ runtime error - The function experimentally gained a new argument
`jags_method`

to support full automated processing in parallel using the R package`'runjags'`

; including a`...`

argument for a more detailed control. By default the calculation is done simply via`'rjags'`

as usual

- Now stops if a mismatch was encountered between the number of
samples and the matrix provided via
`Age_OSLC14()`

- Add additional output to enhance output table by additional information (#11)
- The CSV-file option now returns the age and the HPD intervals
- The bugs model for the
`gaussian`

distribution did not work due to a wrongly set index (#13); fixed. - If a small number of samples was used and the first was a C-14 sample JAGS crashed; now it throws are more comprehensible error message (#14).

`Generate_DataFile_MG()`

- now works only on preselected records; the limitation of OSL only was removed.

`plot_Ages()`

- The sorting of the samples in the graph did not work as
expected; along with this a new argument
`sample_order`

was added. - The function accepts a data.frame as alternative input, if the
`data.frame`

is similar the data frames created by the computation functions (e.g.,`AgeS_Computation()`

). This option enables the manual creation of age plots from self-compiled data.

- The sorting of the samples in the graph did not work as
expected; along with this a new argument
`plot_MCMC()`

- Accidentally the function could not display the chains from more than 9 samples; fixed (thanks to Maryam Heydari)
- Now the function understand the output of
`AgeS_Computation()`

for an automated treatment - Wrong variable names now lead to a
`warning`

instead of a`stop`

. This is less aggressive and it makes the function easier to use by users who only use the plot functionality of`'BayLum'`

`plot_Scatterplots()`

- Line breaks and leading and trailing white space is now removed
from the character (vector) provided via
`sample_names`

- If the number of selected samples via
`sample_selection`

was shorter than the number of names provided by`sample_names`

the function returned an`subscript out of bounds`

error; fixed (reported by Maryam Heydari)

- Line breaks and leading and trailing white space is now removed
from the character (vector) provided via

- All models now come with an example showing how they can be inspected (before the examples not working)
- Fix a couple of documentation glitches (e.g., part of the documentation was missing)
- Smooth the creation of
`BayLum.list`

objects using a central internal function - Add new C-14 calibration data and unify the names of those datasets.
Allowed inputs are
`"IntCal13"`

,`"IntCal20"`

,`"Marine13"`

,`"Marine20"`

,`"SHCal13"`

,`"SHCal20"`

or an own dataset which must be stored in a CSV-file.

`create_ThetaMatrix()`

this function is a helper to create the theta matrix that can be provided as input for the functions`AgeS_Computation()`

and`Age_OSLC14()`

`create_FolderTemplates()`

creates the folder and file structures required by`Generate_DataFile()`

and`Generate_DataFile_MG()`

on the user’s hard drive

`plot_Ages()`

this function replaces code used internally by the functions`AgeC14_Compution()`

and`AgeS_Computation()`

to create an age overview plot. Before the user had no control over the appearance of age plot output. This is still the case if the functions`AgeC14_Compution()`

,`AgeS_Computation()`

and`Age_OSLC14()`

are used (although internally only the function`plot_Ages()`

is called), however, both functions now return a new list of class`BayLum.list`

which is recognised by the function`plot_Ages()`

and can be used to plot the typical age plot while providing several arguments for adjusting the plot output.

- The newly introduced function
`combine_DataFiles()`

did not work on R < 3.5.0, which caused an error on CRAN; fixed. - The function
`ScatterSamples()`

is replaced by the function`plot_Scatterplots()`

- All computation functions left text connections open after they have been exited; fixed.
- The output of
`AgeC14_Compution()`

and`AgeS_Computation()`

gain a new class`BayLum.list`

- Redundant code in
`AgeC14_Compution()`

and`AgeS_Computation()`

has been removed - The argument
`Nb_chaines`

was replaced by`n.chains`

wherever it occurred in the package (functions and documentation) - The function
`plot_Scatterplots()`

gained a new argument`plot_type`

, allowing to switch between the default hexbin plot and a function developed for ’BayLum`(`

plot_type = “smoothScatter”`) - The function
`plot_Scatterplots()`

gained a new argument`plot_mode`

to allow single xy plots - The function
`plot_Scatterplots()`

now accepts a two column`data.frame`

as inputbuild

- Add new package dependency
`KernSmooth`

used in`plot_Scatterplots()`

- The function
`MCMC_plot()`

was replaced by the newly written function`plot_MCMC()`

- The function
`Concat_DataFile()`

is deprecated and is basically replaced by the function`combine_DataFiles()`

- The functions
`AgeC14_Compution()`

and`Age_OSL14()`

now returns age results with two digits - The function
`AgeS_Computation()`

now returns the MCMC information from all samples of the PDF output is set to`TRUE`

- The function
`Age_OSLC14()`

never returned numerical data; fixed - Fix
`Age_OSLC14()`

age format, now in ka for C-14 instead of years - The last example in
`AgeS_Computation()`

could not be run; fixed - C-14 calibration datasets now show data in ‘ka’ and not ‘a’
- Various typo corrections.

- Allow different BIN/BINX-file names as input. The functions
`Generate_DataFile()`

and`Generate_DataFile_MG()`

do no longer expecting the name sheme bin.BIN - The functions
`Generate_DataFile()`

and`Generate_DataFile_MG()`

now supports the`...`

argument to pass further arguments to the function`Luminescene::read_BIN2R()`

- The functions
`Generate_DataFile()`

and`Generate_DataFile_MG()`

gained a new argument`verbose`

to control the terminal output - The function
`Age_Computation()`

,`AgeS_Computation()`

,`AgeC14_Computation()`

,`Age_OSLC14()`

now support the argument`quiet`

and pipe it to`rjags`

to suppress the terminal output - The function
`AgeC14_Computation()`

now returns a warning if outliers are detected. - The function
`LT_RegenDose()`

gained two new arguments`nrow`

and`ncol`

became a little bit more user friendly

- Set patch level to 0 (for 3.3.0) to account for CRAN note
- Vignette was updated and corrected

- Reduce required R version to 3.3.2

- Initial version on CRAN

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