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- Deprecated functions have been removed.
- Update website (https://strengejacke.github.io/esc).

- Reduce package dependencies.
- Function that convert from one effect size into another are now prefixed with
`convert_*()`

, instead of`esc_*()`

(e.g.`convert_d2r()`

instead of`esc_d2r()`

).

`esc_mean_sd()`

,`esc_mean_se()`

and`esc_mean_gain()`

can now calculate effect-sizes for within-subject-designs, when argument`r`

is given.

- Fix issue with wrong computation of confidence intervals when converting effect sizes from
*d*to*f*(`esc_d2f()`

).

- Functions now also return effect sizes Cohen's f or eta squared.

- More functions to convert effect size into other effect size measures (
`cohens_f()`

,`odds_ratio()`

,`log_odds()`

,`pearsons_r()`

,`eta_squared()`

and`cohens_d()`

).

- In rare cases,
`esc_mean_sd()`

tried to calculate the square root of negative values when computing the pooled standard deviance. In such cases, an alternative formular for the pooled SD is used.

`combine_esc()`

did not work for effect sizes computed with`esc_t()`

, when the returned effect size was`r`

.

`effect_sizes()`

did not always properly extract study names and used numeric indices instead character values.

`effect_sizes()`

to generate a data frame with results of multiple effect size computations, based on data from another data frame.

- Fix control statements with condition with greater than one, which currently give a warning, but in future R versions may throw an error.

`write_esc()`

as a convenient wrapper to write results to an Excel csv-file.

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