Change USGS package status from ‘Research’ to ‘Orphan’.
Stop including variables of class factor in histogram plots.
Fix bug resulting in error when viewing data for coordinate variables with sort order set.
Replace R copy/paste commands with those in Tcl/Tk.
Move package repository to USGS-R/RSurvey on GitHub.
Account for coordinate reference system not being applicable for spatial data.
Use valid Tk-key-binding names, prevents errors on Linux OS.
Complete redesign of the graphical user interface and plotting routines.
Remove GPL (>=2) software license and place in the public domain (CCO).
Change to in-source documentation using roxygen2 package.
Leverage functions in the inlmisc package for plotting and polygon operations.
Add CITATION file to be used by the
BuildPackage function and replace with Makefile.
Change NEWS file to markdown format.
Change format for package version numbering from #.#-# to #.#.#
Fix bug that prevents data import from text files.
Revised GUI in the
LoadPackages function to make it more obvious that the missing packages are not necessary (thanks, @geneorama, #1).
dontrun in the man files.
requirefor conditioning in package code, now using
Fixed a bug in the
EditData function that resulted from not updating the search index when a new cell selection was made.
Improved handling of time zones in variables of class ‘POSIXt’.
ProgressBar function to show the status for long-running operations. The progress bar is implemented when indexing search results.
EditData function, the class of the object used to populate the spreadsheet-like table has been changed from a ‘data.frame’ to a ‘list’ with vector components of equal length. This change has resulted in a noticeable performance boost.
Fixed bug that converted all exported data fields to character class when writing Shapefiles and R data files.
ImportSpreadsheet function, imports a worksheet from an Office open XML Workbook file (*.xlsx).
Show individual observations and density estimate in histogram plot.
In the DESCRIPTION file, packages declared in the ‘Depends’ field were moved to the ‘Imports’ field.
Redesigned GUI layout in the Format function.
Variables of class ‘Date’ are now handled correctly.
Removed dependency on the rgl package.
Improved performance for counting the number of lines in a file.
Fixed bug that was preventing data imports using paste operation.
Improved performance in the
EditData function by removing its reliance on a copy of the data frame that was coerced into character-class components.
base::format function is now used when a format conversion specification string is not supplied. Previously defaulted to a general string representation; for example, numeric objects were formatted using the ‘%f’ string.
SummarizeVariable function and replaced it with the more general
Graphics opened in a platform-independent way using the
Function name changes:
Calendar date-time variables are accurately converted to character strings using the
Added ability to import, edit, and export comment string.
Added ability to edit raw data in a spreadsheet with final edits are saved in a change log.
Added GUI for importing data from an R package. R data sets may also be imported from a file.
RSurvey project files are specified using the .RData file extension. The .rda extension is reserved for R data files.
WriteFile have been embedded into the
ExportData functions, respectively.
Additional arguments have been added to the
ImportText GUI, added decimal and encoding arguments, and custom entries for separator, NA strings, and comment parameters.
Main GUI is launched automatically when RSurvey is loaded.
Added ability to view single variable in the
It is no longer required to have a data set loaded to open the
Fixed bug with finding unique values in
The header line specifying variable names now comes before the format header line. Users need to update header lines in their input text files to reflect this change.
Measurement units have been removed. Users need to remove unit headers from their input text files.
Added GUI for sorting the processed data set.