Geomorph update 2.1.1 now available!

July 21, 2014
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(This article was first published on geomorph, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Geomorph users,

We have uploaded version 2.1.1 to CRAN. The windows and mac binaries have been compiled and the tarball is available.

Version 2.1.1 contains small updates and fixes a few small bugs.

New Feature: Specimens can now be rotated to their principal axes in gpagen() with option to disable (PrinAxes=TRUE by default). This helps visualizations in other functions. Thank you to Jessie Atterholt of UC Berkeley for this suggestion. 
example:
data(hummingbirds)

gpagen(hummingbirds$land,curves=hummingbirds$curvepts, PrinAxes=TRUE)

Bug Fixes: 

  •     Fixed concatenated SSCP matrix issue in procD.lm(), pairwise.D.test() and pairwise.slope.test()
  •    Corrected issue reading specimen names in readland.tps()
  •    Corrected color options for plotting groups in plotTangentSpace()
  •    Corrected test for slope:group interaction in plotAllometry()

Computational Change: Underlying code for ancestral state estimation (used in plotGMPhyloMorphoSpace() and physignal()) has been changed to use fastAnc() from Liam Revell’s phytools.

Emma

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