iotables 0.1.3

iotables 0.1.4

New functions are added which enable a very simple IO analysis. As an important milestone, an analytical solution comparable to the Eurostat manual, the German employment indicators are correctly calculated (see README) * The input_indicator_create() creates the indicators. * The equation_solve() solves the basic input-output equations on real-life data, i.e. correctly prepared the two sides of the equation product- or industrywise. * The multiplier_create() is a wrapper around the more general equation_solve() * The README contains examples to use this new functions. * Some new tests are added to the testthat functions. * Further example data is added from Croatia, together with the employment_aggregate() helper function to match SIOT data with non-conforming employment statistics. * There is a vignette called Working with Crotian Symmetric Input-Output Tables that shows some real-life uses. * Testing on Travis (ubuntu and OSX tests.)

iotables 0.2

The forthcoming update will rewrite and generalize some of the earlier functions. In particular, the following features will be available: * Handling 7 types of Eurostat tables, not only the current price table. * Closing off households, i.e. including endogenous demand for induced effects. * Guidelines to work with OECD mass downloader. * Some earlier functions are phased out, because they are successfully generalized. * The standard system.rda contains the metadata necessary to re-order the bulk files. This will require a lot of patient testing, and it can be always updated with new data sources.

At this point I will go with prepareing a release the table on CRAN. The current version builds without warnings or notes on Windows and Linux.

iotables 0.2 is moved to rOpenGov.

iotables 0.2.1

iotables 0.2.2

iotables 0.2.3

iotables 0.2.4

#Forthcoming 0.3 version For the 0.3 version the OECD downloader will work, too. The sysdata.rda has to be updated with correct metadata info for OECD bulk downloaded files.