fct_c() now requires explicit splicing with
!!! if you have a list of factors that you want to combine. This is consistent with an emerging standards for handling
... throughout the tidyverse.
fct_reorder2() have renamed
.fun to avoid spurious matching of named arguments.
All functions that take
... use “tidy” dots: this means that you use can
!!! to splice in a list of values, and trailing empty arguments are automatically removed. Additionally, all other arguments gain a
. prefix in order to avoid unhelpful matching of named arguments (#110).
w argument (#70, @wilkox) to weight value frequencies before lumping them together (#68).
fct_inorder() accept NA levels (#98).
fct_explicit_na() also replaces NAs encoded in levels.
fct_lump() correctly acccounts for
NA values in input (#41)
lvls_revalue() preserves NA levels.
Test coverage increased from 80% to 99%.
fct_drop() now preserves attributes (#83).
lvls_expand() now also take character vectors (#99).
fct_relabel() now accepts objects coercible to functions by
rlang::as_function (#91, @alistaire47)
as_factor() which works like
as.factor() but orders levels by appearance to avoid differences between locales (#39).
fct_other() makes it easier to convert selected levels to “other” (#40)
fct_relabel() allows programmatic relabeling of levels (#50, @krlmlr).
fct_c() can take either a list of factors or individual factors (#42).
only argument to restrict which levels are dropped (#69) and no longer adds
NA level if not present (#52).
fct_recode() is now checks that each new value is of length 1 (#56).
after argument so you can also move levels to the end (or any other position you like) (#29).
fct_infreq() gain an
ordered argument, allowing you to override the existing “ordered” status (#54).
Minor fixes for R CMD check
Add package docs