Functions and a graphical user interface for graphical described multiple test procedures.
Power calculations in the GUI are displayed in a JTable with easy copy to clipboard and into Excel support and can also be sorted.
Work on upscale parameter. Adjusted p-values from parametric tests are now consistent to the results from generateTest(). You can pass 'upscale="o3"' in 'generatePvals' to use the old method.
Default for parameter keepWeights in rejectNode and gMCP is now FALSE, which has no impact on test results (it's just a matter of taste how to display these graphs with rejected nodes), but reduces confusion with parameter upscale.
Graph for Bonferroni-Holm procedure gains argument weights for the weighted Bonferroni-Holm procedure.
New function sampSize for sample size calculations (work in progress)
Graphical user interface for sample size calculations (work in progress)
New function gMCP.extended, which mostly does the same as the old gMCP function, but separates more clearly between weighting scheme and the subsequent closed testing procedure (with possible shortcuts). See ?gMCP.extended for the documentation of this new function.
gMCP.extended can take any weighted test function as argument. The trimmed one-sided Simes test for two hypotheses and the weighted Simes test for specified subsets (and Bonferroni otherwise) are two new weighted test functions provided by this package. See ?bonferroni.trimmed.simes.test and ?simes.on.subsets.test for details.
When a graph is saved, the user now can decide whether p-values and chosen test (including possible correlation matrix) should also be saved as attributes attached to the graph. If such a graph is loaded the user can choose whether he wants to restore p-values and/or test information.
Saving a graph as PNG image file opens a dialog with the following options and a live preview: Color, transparent background, drawing of hypotheses names and weights, drawing of edge weights and node radius.
Node size can be changed (e.g. for longer hypotheses names).
Fixed some help documents not showing up as expected.
Added new help buttons in the GUI which directly open the relevant sections of the user manual.
Better layout for result window when large graphs or Simes test is used.
Function calcPower now also takes graphMCP objects.
Improved Edges
Fixed call of corMatWizard if only a matrix is given without names and dimensions.
Fixed confusing (but mostly not relevant) mix-up between NA and NaN during R/Java conversions.
Better handling of invalid LaTeX terms.
graph2latex gains argument 'fig.caption.short' for an optional short version of fig.caption for the list of figures.
Fixed logging errors/warnings when two different users used the gMCP GUI on the same system.
Improved dialog in case of errors.
Warning if R was compiled without shared library support and the graphical user interface will not be available due to missing JRI.
Lots of small interface improvements and documentation additions.
Extended RUnit tests
144 files changed, 10027 insertions(+), 1106 deletions(-)
API FUNCTION PARAMETER CHANGE: The argument 'exhaust' in the functions 'generateBounds', 'generatePvals' and 'generateTest' was renamed to 'upscale' to reduce misinterpretation.
Since CRAN currently will build binaries only for 3.0 and 3.1, we drop support for R < 3.0.0 in the official releases to make our lives easier. Nevertheless there is a branch pre-R3 on github for those interested (or simply contact us if you are using an older version of R).
Up to now the parameter 'test' of function gMCP could be one of the following: "Bonferroni", "Simes", "Bretz2011" or "simple-parametric".
We now introduced a new parameter 'upscale' (default FALSE) and restricted 'test' to: "Bonferroni", "Simes" and "parametric", where the old "Bretz2011" corresponds to 'test="parametric", upscale=TRUE' and the old "simple-parametric" to 'test="parametric", upscale=FALSE'.
For compatibility the old function calls actually still work, but are discouraged.
The parameters 'cr' and 'sigma' in function 'calcPower' were renamed into 'corr.test' and 'corr.sim' respectively to further clarify that both are correlation matrices, the first used for the test (this matrix may contain NAs if the full correlation is not known for the test) and the second one for the simulation (which can not contain NAs and may also differ from the first one if power under misspecification is investigated). For compatibility the old function calls actually still work, but are discouraged.
Fixed: The (experimental) power calculations were off for graphs where not all subgraphs created by rejections have the full alpha level. Thanks to Yevgen Tymofyeyev for spotting this!
The function graph2latex got a new parameter 'showAlpha'. Now per default the graph weights are shown and not the local alpha levels in the nodes. The old output can be reproduced by setting 'showAlpha' to TRUE.
Fixed: Graph image exports were not possible due to some recently introduced bug.
Fixed: Some matrices were completely grayed out although only the diagonal was not editable.
Random seed is shown for results from methods which use random numbers and can be set via options.
Support for entangled graphs is no longer highly experimental, but enabled as default.
Support for parametric tests for entangled graphs, i.e. 'generatePvals' and 'generateWeights' accept entangled graphs now.
For entangled graphs there is now more than one tab showing the graph: The first tab still shows the combined graphs and then a separate tab for each graph follows.
Settings for power calculations are saved temporarily or between sessions.
The (disabled) menu entry for PDF reports was replaced by functionality for Office Open XML (MS Word docx) support. Package xlsxjars is therefore now a dependency (IMPORTS), since it already provides the necessary Apache POI jar files.
Settings in the dialogs for power analysis and sample size calculations are remembered and can be saved and loaded as XML files.
Improved Graph Analysis checks whether weights sum up to 1 for all subgraphs.
In case of unexpected errors on Java's Event-Dispatch-Thread no error dialog was shown if Java >=7 was used. This is now fixed. Also error handling is now more robust.
Edges are highlighted if transition matrix cells are edited.
New example graph from Wang, B. and Ting, N. (2014): "An Application of Graphical Approach to Construct Multiple Testing Procedures in a Hypothetical Phase III Design." Frontiers in public health, 1 (75).
Fixed: In some cases the description of the graph objects was not loaded.
Fixed: A backslash '' in the graph description could crash the GUI including R.
Better handling of unintentionally entered NaN or infinity values.
191 files changed, 8047 insertions(+), 3575 deletions(-) [git diff --stat v0.8-7..master]
Compatible to CommonJavaJars 1.0-5.
Fixed CRAN warnings.
Moved Java source to /java as requested by CRAN.
Dropped Deducer integration for now.
41 files changed, 2089 insertions(+), 278 deletions(-)
Improved memory settings. Especially in R 2.15.1 and 2.15.2 on 32-bit systems errors like the following could occur when the GUI was used: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: unable to create new native thread
Fixed: When the value of the alpha field was not a valid number in the GUI, an infite loop of warning dialogs popped up.
Fixed: Loading old graph objects from version 0.6.x, i.e. from before August 2011, without package 'graph' asks to install this package. If this is refused or the installation failed, bad things happened like a complete crash of the current R session.
Function 'graph2latex' gains an argument 'scaleText'. If TRUE (default) a scalebox is used in LaTeX instead of the optional parameter 'scale' from the tikzpicture environment.
Improved documentation. Some Rd files are built by a patched version of roxygen2 that escapes "" in arguments and understands "returnItem": install_github("roxygen2", username="kornl") (This version includes especially Yihui's pull request: https://github.com/klutometis/roxygen/pull/112 and A. Alfons's pull request: https://github.com/klutometis/roxygen/pull/30 )
Using RCallServicesREngineWrapper to eval each expression in the environment gMCP:::gMCPenv instead of the global environment.
Some errors were catched in Java or R, but still showed up in the console. We now use 'try(..., silent=TRUE)' in these cases.
Adjacency Matrix is renamed to Transition Matrix (since some people use the word Adjacency Matrix for the binary matrix).
We always use correlation matrices instead of covariance matrices in the GUI.
139 files changed, 5526 insertions(+), 3428 deletions(-)
Removed dangerous parameter seed from function rqmvnorm and calcPower.
POSIX conforming Makefile fixes problems under Solaris.
Fix for problems with knitr 1.3.
Fixed: The rarly used offset parameter did not work well with the new edges consisting of arcs in TikZ.
24 files changed, 88 insertions(+), 248 deletions(-)
R's base function chol for the Choleski Decomposition now defaults to LAPACK in R 3.0 resulting in meaningless results for not non-negative definite matrices (without any numerical tolerance! And in R devel it is by now defunct: ‘chol(pivot = TRUE, LINPACK = TRUE)’ is defunct.). Therefore power calculations for only semi-positive definite correlation matrices could have been off under R 3.0 in previous versions. We switched to the singular value decomposition.
Fixed: List of user defined power functions doesn't need to have names.
Further work on the experimental entangled graphs feature.
Since the vignettes were moved from gMCP/inst/doc to gMCP/vignettes most likely they will only be build with R >= 2.14.0.
Moved MASS, PolynomF, multcomp, lattice, mvtnorm, Matrix, CommonJavaJars and methods from DEPENDS to IMPORTS. Therefore loading gMCP will no longer add these packages to the search path and if for example you want to use contrMat from package multcomp you have to load/attach the package yourself.
37 files changed, 437 insertions(+), 136 deletions(-)
If a correlation matrix is selected in the main window, the same correlation matrix is loaded per default in the power analysis dialog.
To comply with CRAN policies the function graphGUI has now an argument envir to specify in which environment the object graph is located and/or it should be saved (default is the global environment).
41 files changed, 422 insertions(+), 140 deletions(-)
The output of graph2latex has greatly improved and you nearly get in TikZ what you can see in the Java GUI.
Fixed a bug existing in gMCP 0.7-11 to 0.8-1 which caused calculations with multiple power settings in the GUI to stop with an error.
The official source repository switched from subversion/r-forge to git/github: https://github.com/kornl/gMCP (R package devtools from Hadley Wickham et al. can be used to install development versions.) Instead of subversion revision numbers you will find annotated tags specifying the versions in the git repository.
(This version was not accepted on CRAN. See news for version 0.8-3.)
An rJava update to 0.9-4 removed necessary files for gMCP 0.8-0. This is now fixed and CommonJavaJars (>= 1.0.3) are required.
Since package highlight is now orphaned we instead use knitr.
Fix for loading the namespace when just the base namespace is loaded.
28 files changed, 177 insertions(+), 197 deletions(-)
Fixed: If edges or nodes were changed with a double click, after that an error dialog was shown although nothing was wrong.
Fixed: You could not change the type of parametric test in the options.
You can select more than one node or edge and move them around.
New class for entangled graphs (graphs with memory, i.e. linear convex combinations of graphs with the same nodes).
Better error messages when input doesn't meet demands.
Improved: Power simulations for singular correlation matrices.
Entangled graphs (graphs with memory, i.e. linear convex combinations of graphs with the same nodes) as experimental feature (has to be activated in the options).
Two entangled example graphs (Entangled1Maurer2012, Entangled2Maurer2012) from Maurer et al.
New example graph from Ferber et al. 2011.
Tooltips in options dialog.
Improved power dialog.
86 files changed, 3005 insertions(+), 1600 deletions(-)
Fixed: Sequentially rejective test procedures could not be reproduced step-by-step in the GUI - although the shown result was correct.
gMCP 0.7-11 relied on function regmatches that was introduced in R 2.14. Therefore the GUI did not work for R 2.13 and previous versions. This is fixed now and gMCP is again compatible with older R versions including R 2.8.0.
Removed error messages (that could be safely ignored) in the R console when graphs with variables were shown in the GUI.
24 files changed, 439 insertions(+), 60 deletions(-)
GUI shows R code to reproduce results in R.
The graph area has now a pop-up menu on right click.
Fixed a bug introduced in the last versions: In the GUI the alpha-Field was always set back to 0.05 regardless of what the user entered.
For some graphs the Simes-procedure produced errors when pvalues were exactly 0 (while not relevant for practical use this was frustrating when experimenting with graphs).
Stated at more places what parametric tests do and which prerequisites must be met. Also there is no default anymore for parametric tests. The user has to decide between "simple-parametric" and "Bretz2011".
Function replaceVariables can handle greek and latin alphabet and gained argument "ask" for interactive sessions.
Round output of power simulations to level of precision.
When graphs are saved from the GUI the slot graph@m is now always numeric when no variables are involved.
Method calcPower does not always set the seed as default.
Power simulations for different variable values.
The GUI is updated immediately after renaming of nodes.
The Reset Button resets to the graph with variables.
A backslash is allowed in node names (e.g. \alpha) in the GUI.
corMatWizard is a new function that opens a Java dialog for correlation matrix creation.
Fixed a rather unimportant bug that unintended entering of Infinity (e.g. "2/0") causes a loop of error messages.
Extended unit tests. See method unitTestsGMCP. Option extended=TRUE will run small power simulations. Option java=TRUE will run JUnit tests for GUI testing. Option interactive=TRUE will run interactive tests.
Added a few message dialogs with additional information. All of these can be disabled by a CheckBox: "Don't show me this info again."
Epsilon edges can be (optionally) shown as dashed lines.
New example graph from Ferber et al. 2011.
Fixed an error that occured if a graph was exported as PNG file and was really close to the border of the visible area.
During testing menu entries for loading graphs were not disabled, but did not work in this case. Now they always work.
97 files changed, 1841 insertions(+), 767 deletions(-)
New self test function doUnitTestsForGMCP to check whether the R unit test suite for gMCP can complete without errors.
To reduce problems for older systems our C code does not contain any C99 features any more. (For R > 2.12 an ISO C99 C compiler is required. For older systems this was not the case.)
Added option "exhaustAlpha" directly to the gMCP function to allow non-alpha-exhaustive parametric tests. Also a note is given if exhaustAlpha=TRUE would change the result.
18 files changed, 137 insertions(+), 47 deletions(-)
calcPower gained a parameter "cr" for specifying a correlation for parametric power simulations.
Added option to allow non-alpha-exhaustive parametric tests.
Improved dialog in GUI for power simulations, including multiple settings for power analysis.
Improved font size adjustment for edge labels.
Show syntax error instead of infinite loop if an unparseable edge weight is entered.
33 files changed, 720 insertions(+), 190 deletions(-)
Edges can be created by drag'n'drop. (Drag from the first node and drop on the second node.)
Button to add edges stays pressed down until it is pressed again (or edges are added). This allows faster creation of graphs with many nodes.
Fixed (unproblematic but annoying) NullPointerException with drag'n'drop introduced in 0.7-7.
Fixed an error window popping up (but nothing was wrong at all) in the rare case that while dragging an edge it was double clicked and deleted.
If edge weights are NULL, the weightStr is set to "NULL" instead of throwing a RuntimeException.
Fixed: Check for negative eigen values always resulted in the message that the matrix can not be processed due to NA values.
14 files changed, 136 insertions(+), 45 deletions(-)
Fixed severe (but at least obvious) regression in 0.7-6: All p-values beyond the first one were always immediately set to 0.
Simes test calculates also pvalues. An extra option adjPValues=TRUE is added to the gMCP function. Setting this to FALSE will sometimes increase the speed (and memory consumption) of the Simes test significantly.
New wizard for the creation of correlation matrices.
Reordering of hypotheses is possible (important for e.g. correlation matrices). Java 5 users: Rearranging nodes with drag'n'drop does not yet work for you.
If the entered matrix is not positive semidefinite, i.e. negative eigen values exist, a warning is given.
New S4 method getMatrix for getting the adjacency matrix from a graphMCP object.
Fixed regression in 0.7-6: CI and p-value buttons for parametric tests were sometimes enabled and sometimes disabled.
28 files changed, 467 insertions(+), 223 deletions(-)
JTable behaves slightly different now: Whenever a cell gets the focus the CellEditor is opened. Also already existing text is selected to make overwriting easier. You can change this behavior in the options.
Fixed: With Java 5 it was sometimes hard to edit the cells of JTables.
Fixed: NullpointerException when loading R objects.
Fixed (regression): greek characters were shown in the adjacency matix with leading backslash
Fixed: In rare cases (i.e. only information about correlation was changed) old results were displayed if reset was not used.
rqmvnorm does not set a seed by default.
If a graph is saved the p-values are automatically attached to the graphMCP objects as an attribute "pvalues".
New option: Should the exported image of a graph have an white or transparent background.
63 files changed, 591 insertions(+), 277 deletions(-)
Better draw routine: Edges start and end now precisely at the borders of the nodes.
For the resulting graph a new option keepWeight is introduced in the functions gMCP and rejectNode: A node without outgoing edges is removed. Should its weight become 0 or should it keep its weight?
More than one user defined power function is allowed.
More correlation matrices for standard designs + added unbalanced designs.
Improved png export of graphs: Each side has only 5 pixel border.
Defaults for epsilon in gMCP and substituteEps are now matching (10^{-3}).
Updated references
Fixed: GUI was more prone to rounding errors
Fixed: Main vignette was missing in the binary zips
52 files changed, 606 insertions(+), 212 deletions(-)
Many layout improvements.
Edges have further attributes like color.
Experimental support for copying the graph directly to the system clip board. (Seems to work for Windows - but no luck for Linux yet.)
For people who create graphs in R and set the layout in the GUI: If a node is dragged, edge weights also move except when they are "fixed". A node is set fixed, if it is dragged itself. Saving and reloading a graph fixes all edges.
LookNFeel and font size is now saved between sessions.
CI dialog remembers less / greater option
Thanks to .Rinstignore the file size of the installed packages is further reduced.
Fixed: plotCI did not draw the CIs if all finite points were the same.
Fixed: The bundled version closes the R console if the GUI is closed.
Fixed: Report generation did not finish if no testing was performed beforehand.
49 files changed, 1090 insertions(+), 561 deletions(-)
Function "subGraph" renamed to "subgraph" to avoid conflicts with package graph.
Function "replaceVariables" exported and documented.
Corrected labels in confidence interval dialog (weights instead alpha).
User submitted graphs are supported.
Improved debug information.
Dialog for loading of R objects gets "Cancel" button.
GPL notice is shown when the GUI is used for the first time
The bundled version closes the R console if the GUI is closed.
Fixed: Since 0.7-2 too much output is printed to the R console.
Fixed: Checking for updates happend on the event dispatch thread and in rare cases the GUI did not respond any more as long as the method was trying to connect to the server.
Fixed: Some objects with epsilon edges from gMCP < 0.7 could not be updated with function updateGraphToNewClassDefinition.
Fixed: Since 0.7-1 graphGUI threw an error if the parameter graph is a character vector and an graph object with an equal name already existed.
In addition to the RUnit tests gMCP is now also tested by JUnit tests.
47 files changed, 362 insertions(+), 196 deletions(-)
Fixed: In 0.7-1 the options dialog throws an error.
Fixed: In the verbose output of 0.7-1 some weights were shown as p_i instead w_i.
The dialogs for updating/deleting edges and nodes are now modal dialogs.
The adjacency matrix is not editable while testing is in progress.
Improved debug information
Improved drag'n'drop. Also edge labels do not jump any more when double clicked.
29 files changed, 178 insertions(+), 198 deletions(-)
The GUI will (optionally) look for a newer version of gMCP on CRAN.
Simes test is available.
New function "subGraph" for the creation of subgraphs.
User defined power functions.
52 files changed, 551 insertions(+), 266 deletions(-)
Package "graph" is no longer a dependency. Class definition of graphMCP has changed and is no longer a subclass of graphNEL. The function gMCP:::updateGraphToNewClassDefinition(object) is provided to update old serialized (saved) objects. The GUI will use this function on its own if necessary.
Also not longer a dependency: gtools, xtable, MCPAN
New dependency: lattice graphics for power simulations
Due to S4-methods and the optional "graph" package a lot of renaming has taken place: addEdge -> setEdge, edgeData -> edgeAttr, nodeData -> nodeAttr, nodes -> getNodes
Power simulation code.
New example graphs:
Renaming of older example graphs to simpler names.
CI dialog is modal.
LaTeX-Code can be shown in Dialog and does not have to be saved in a file.
PValues can be attached to graphMCP objects as an attribute "pvalues".
Function graphGUI has a new parameter: experimentalFeatures=FALSE Set this to TRUE for experimental features like the following:
Power analysis in GUI.
Code for adaptive procedures (marked as experimental).
85 files changed, 2152 insertions(+), 1663 deletions(-)
Fixed a bug in the GUI that deleted often p-values.
Adjusted p-values are calculated also in the parametric case.
Graphs without epsilon edges can be processed by a much faster procedure written in C.
matrix2graph & graph2matrix deal better with variable edges.
Hopefully setDividerLocation works now always correct, i.e. the graph panel will always use 2/3 of the screen.
Fractions like (1-a)/(1+b) are now shown with the correct layout in the GUI.
Speed up due to reduced Java/R communication. (More results are now cached in a Hashtable.)
48 files changed, 559 insertions(+), 279 deletions(-)
New dependency: CommonJavaJars This package contains now all the third party libraries.
New example graphs:
Improved placeNodes dialog.
JavaGD plot is shown in CI dialog.
Fixed bug with directory separators on Windows.
Initialize the Java VM only if it is not initialized already.
46 files changed, 157 insertions(+), 48 deletions(-)
Fixed bug with saving and loading on Windows.
Fixed bug with two graphs that could not be loaded.
Fixed bug that the GUI expected a valid graph object on start up.
If an edge weights is 0 after variable replacement, the edge is removed.
Updated documentation that the graph package is not available any more on CRAN.
Layout of graph can be changed automatically from the GUI.
22 files changed, 130 insertions(+), 38 deletions(-)
New dependency: JavaGD, MCPAN
Example graphs have been renamed (Please look at ?exampleGraph).
Greek small letters are allowed as variables
Below the graphPanel is now a new panel with graph description and graph analysis.
Function placeNodes is now exported with new parameters: nrow, ncol and force
We use package highlight for the manuals.
New example graphs:
All example graphs have a description and graph attributes "description" are shown in the GUI.
First data files: hydroquinone and simvastatin
simConfint also returns the point estimates as second column.
Improved compatibility for R 2.8.
New HTML file References.html accessible from the GUI.
Unified loading of graphs.
New function: joinGraphs
It looks like JavaGD is not available for Solaris? Anyone out there using this OS with gMCP?
75 files changed, 1398 insertions(+), 1117 deletions(-)
New dependency: xtable
Indefinite ProgressPanel is shown while calculating.
Calculations can be interrupted and canceled.
Improved / updated gMCP-LaTeX-Report now in the GUI.
New function: graphAnalysis
Fixed a major bug which prevented saving/loading in the GUI.
Mnemonic keys for the menu.
Buttons for loading estimates / sd from R in CI-dialog.
Improved zoom with TeXItem edge labels.
Menu entry for loading p-values.
Fixed visualization bug: Panel with p-values was sometimes out of sync.
Fixed bug: Edges with very small values were set to 0.
Fixed visualization bug: Adjacency table was not updated when edge was deleted.
GUI deals a lot better with rounding errors.
58 files changed, 1072 insertions(+), 596 deletions(-)
We use the library JLaTeXMath for edge labeling.
Eye candy (for example the edge labels have now a border and are always drawn at the end).
The settings for correlation are moved to the p-value panel.
The value for epsilon is optionally either asked every time or the value from the option panel is used.
Changed the order of the buttons in the main button panel.
GUI is remembering the last 4 used R objects / files.
Since r-forge has rJava problems at the moment and does not provide gMCP builds, we pushed 0.6-1 early to CRAN.
43 files changed, 666 insertions(+), 248 deletions(-)
The GUI supports edges with variables (although sum checking of outgoing edges is disabled then till values are assigned to the variables.)
gMCP has new arguments: approxEps=TRUE, eps=10^(-4)
New function: substituteEps
Changes in class graphMCP:
Attribute for node weights is called "nodeWeight".
New mandatory edge attribute "epsilon".
graph2latex has the new arguments "labelTikZ", "tikzEnv" and "offset".
40 files changed, 599 insertions(+), 339 deletions(-)
We use weights instead of direct alpha allocation in the graphs. This causes major API changes:
gMCP and many other functions have an argument alpha with an default 0.05
getAlpha is now called getWeights since it returns the weights
graph2weights is removed since it is a special case of getWeights
due to these changes above, graphs that have been saved to files will cause errors when loaded and processed
getX/Y were renamed into getX/YCoordinates due to Rgraphviz conflicts.
graph2latex has a new argument "nodeTikZ".
new function bdiagNA for building block diagonal matrices with NA values outside the diagonal
Backward compatibility for R 2.8.0 and rJava 0.6-3.
CTRL+C interrupts only the last R command and does not close the whole R session.
CRAN has disabled checks on arch="ppc", so MacOS builds are again available from CRAN.
Bug report sends now also the result from traceback()
A lot of bug fixes for corner and edge cases
CITATION file
Please note that full epsilon support is postponed for version 0.6-0
61 files changed, 868 insertions(+), 482 deletions(-)
Added code for graph based MCPs with partial knowledge of the correlation structure from Florian Klinglmueller, who is now coauthor.
New dependencies in this code: gtools and multcomp (and therefore also mvtnorm)
gMCP has a new optional parameter "correlation".
The new vignette "correlated.pdf" shows the new features.
graphGUI Parameter grid is now 0 by default. This restores the last used grid value.
Fractions instead of decimal numbers are shown in more places.
Alpha values can be entered as R expression, e.g. "0.05/7".
When the test phase is started in the GUI, you are asked, whether you have (partial) knowledge about the correlations between the tests.
Better support for more than one GUI window in the same R session.
All help files open correctly on windows machines - even with Java 5.0
48 files changed, 278 insertions(+), 91 deletions(-)
Mainly a bug-fix release, since the GUI was often not responding in 0.3-5.
C compiler is needed for building gMCP since the first C source file was added.
When saving/loading graphs, reports or png/LaTeX files, the last directory is remembered.
Adjusted p-values are now truncated and can not be bigger than one.
36 files changed, 278 insertions(+), 495 deletions(-)
Unfortunately after release it was noted that the GUI was not responding in 0.3-5.
New dependencies: MASS for MASS::fractions and PolynomF for polynoms in epsilon.
Saving and loading of graphs to/from files.
Method graphGUI has a new optional argument "pvalues" for loading p-values.
Trying to show fractions in the GUI instead of decimal numbers
Line width of graphs can be adjusted (line width 2 is now default)
Use of antialiasing for nicer graphics
Improvement of PNG exports
Parameters for example graphs in GUI
More RUnit tests
40 files changed, 363 insertions(+), 406 deletions(-)
New functions: graph2matrix and matrix2graph
Adjaceny matrix is shown and can be edited.
38 files changed, 152 insertions(+), 134 deletions(-)
Be careful with epsilon edges (we never specified what exactly they are and how they should behave) and please wait for version 0.6 which will handle them in a completely new way and will document it. Support for them is broken in this release.
New example graph from Hommel et al. 2007.
Inserted missing $ in LaTeX code output from graph2latex.
Better automatic placement of edge labels.
Options dialog in GUI.
All doc files are accessible from the GUI menu.
The GUI Locale object is always set to English - that way there is no decimal separator confusion etc.
Edges with small weights are rendered better.
Dialog that shows adjusted p-values with much better layout.
New accompanying doc file: Description of Edges with Infinitesimal Small Epsilon Weights (unfinished). [Removed in 0.3-4]
graph2latex has the same vertical orientation as the GUI.
Option whether we want to still show already rejected nodes or not.
Option whether graphs should be colored or not.
Update in the GUI for confidence intervals to avoid a confused user.
Removed function adjPValues from public API - adjusted p-values are now calculated in the gMCP call.
33 files changed, 269 insertions(+), 282 deletions(-)
Renaming of parameter in simConfint: "confintF" is now "confint"
Updated confidence interval dialog (but still in development).
Confidence intervals for t- and normal distribution can be calculated based on the p-values and point estimates in most cases.
Reduced the package size.
Further improved capabilities for bug reporting.
We need rJava in version 0.8-3 or later.
Vignette can be shown from inside the GUI.
Function "setAlpha".
36 files changed, 242 insertions(+), 110 deletions(-)
The GUI has a menu bar.
Improved capabilities for bug reporting. All information that is sent is also shown.
Workaround for a problem with the graph package when a node has no out-going edges.
Numbers are now accepted with "." and "," as decimal points
A newly created edge is now by default an epsilon edge.
Edges from one node to itself (loops) are not allowed any more.
Start button is only enabled, if the graph has any nodes.
Bug-fix regarding epsilon edges.
25 files changed, 186 insertions(+), 113 deletions(-)
Major API changes (mostly gsrmtp replaced by gMCP - but now the API should stay relatively stable).
GraphGUI can now also be called directly on objects of class graphMCP, like graphGUI(rejectNode(graph, "H1")).
Small GUI bug-fix for placing edge labels while in any other zoom level than 100%.
Completely separated nodes (which only occur in sub-optimal testing procedures) are now handled correctly.
If the graph has no nodeRenderInfo available when the GUI is called, the edges are placed in a circle.
Deducer support if installed and loaded.
42 files changed, 980 insertions(+), 930 deletions(-)
After some alpha and beta releases on r-forge this is the first beta version on CRAN.
We support: Graphs with epsilon edges, confidence intervals, adjusted p-values.