... are now passed to individual methods in
ipmisc from dependencies.
Minor tweak to the documentation.
easystats_to_tidy_names is now reexported from
Minor changes made to fix warnings caused by
Retired vignette. Check out respective packages to see what methods are supported.
broompackage is not being actively maintained, which had become a bottleneck for both development and testing the current package. So, now the
tidy_parametersfunction defaults to
broompackages only if that doesn’t work. This also has some other benefits (#21).
Slight modification to
easystats_to_tidy_names to cover naming patterns from a few more
Minimum R version bumped to
ipmisc package for re-exports.
glance_performance function now returns a combined summary dataframe from
performance packages, if both are available. This was done to include some unique performance measures that only the
performance package contains (e.g., Nagelkerke’s R2, Tjur’s R2, etc.).
Thanks to Sarah, the package now has a hexsticker.
New functions that make it easy to access tidy dataframes from both
easystats-family packages with the following functions:
tidy method no longer attempt to convert entered objects to a tibble as a last resort as this was converting model objects in case the tidiers failed for some reason.
boot_functions as they added nothing over and above
In addition to trying to extract results using tidiers from
broomExtra::tidy now also attempts to convert the entered object into a
tibble dataframe. This is solely to deal with dataframes which are often encountered while writing wrapper functions around
Minor refactoring of
boot_ generic functions to make them compatible with upcoming release of
More operators from
tidyverse added to reexports.