`marg`

is now more efficient when`y`

is`character(0)`

- A
`sparta_unity_struct`

can now be sliced if`drop`

TRUE=. - Better argument checks in
`slice`

`mult`

and`div`

is now faster when one of the tables is a subtale of the other. This is especially useful in connection with Bayesian networks and the Junction Tree Algorithm.`sum, normalize, get_vals`

and`vals`

now works as expected on`sparta_unity`

class- New functions:
`sparta_rank`

and`table_size`

`as_array`

now works for`sparta_unity`

- Bug fixed when argument
`drop`

is`TRUE`

in`slice`

for tables that should reduce to one row.

- The new print method turned out to cause problems in the long run. Printing a sparse table now prints columns as rows again with the corresponding value attached to the right.
- marginalizing is much more memory efficient now. Especially for massive tables.

- Multiplication of unity tables was not correct due to the new rank argument. The fix was to multiply the rank of the tables.
- Print method changed to print cells as columns which is also how the sparse tables are represented under the hood.
- New functions (see documentation):
`sparsity`

: determines the ratio of non-zero cells and the size of the statespace.`as_df`

: convert a sparse table to a`data.frame`

. Either with or without zero cells`get_values`

: The same as the existing`vals`

unity tables now have a rank attribute which is just the unique value that all cells have. Because of this, a unity table can now be multiplied with a scalar. And regular sparta tables can be multiplied with unities of different rank. As a consequence, unities can now be marginalized also.

New function

`equiv`

to test if two sparta objects are identicalFixed a bug when assigning dimnames to the result of multiplication

- marginalization is now faster due to some refactoring

- Prevent print from printing dimension names
- A bug, due to wrong sorting, that manifested in both
`marg`

,`slice`

,`mult`

and`div`

has been fixed. These functions were prone to errors when the number of variables exceed`10`

. - It is now possible to multiply and divide sparta tables with a scalar where the scalar can be either of the two inputs. Prior to v0.6.0 the scalar had to be the second argument.

- First release