CRAN release: 2021-12-18
- Eliminating deprecated tidyverse functions.
- New website.
- Released on CRAN (2021.12.18.)
CRAN release: 2021-08-02
- Documentation improvement and preparing for Rbloggers.
- Removing UTF-8 characters from datasets.
CRAN release: 2021-06-03
- Very small documentation changes.
- Changing the code to dplyr 1.0+ and rlang in non-standard evaluation.
- New website, CI on Github. Renewed , documentation changed to gfm flavored markdown.
- Thanks to @KKulma for setting up new and improved continuous integration, and @pitkant for implementing many good practices on improving the code. See contributors. This project is part of rOpenGov.
- 0.4.4 is released on CRAN.
CRAN release: 2020-05-19
- Generally improved documentation. Improving source code readabilty and vignette readability.
- Better handling of temporary files in
tempdir()for improved performance with very large source files, including the new exported function
- Following changes in dependencies
- Contributor Code of Conduct is added to the github repo.
- Released on CRAN.
CRAN release: 2019-01-18
On CRAN 0.4.1 passed early tests, but on deployment it turned out that a dependency is not available for i386-pc-solaris2.10 (32-bit). This dependency is
magick, which was supposed to help printing vignettes in Word (a very rare case) for
kableExtra is not available on Solaris. I removed this dependency.
CRAN release: 2019-01-17
A small formatting error in the documentation of
netherlands_2006 threw up a note on CRAN.
New vignette United Kingdom Input-Output Analytical Tables to compare analytical function results with published results from the UK National Office for Statistics.
This is a much improved, simplified pre-release version, with highly improved performance, more consistent function interface and far more readable code. The last CRAN release is stable, the following version will be a stable, better release candidate. * The Germany example is converted to the ESA2010 vocabulary. * The
output_get() is now a wrapper around
gva_get() is completely deprecated. * The
input_coefficient_matrix_create() is now a wrapper around the more general
coefficient_matrix_create(). * The
use_table_get() function is now named
input_flow_get() but it is seldom used, as the analytical function will call it as needed. * A completely dataset, metadata and vignette was added to test the functions on the United Kingdom Input-Output Analytical Tables, 2010. article and dataset.
* The new function
supplementary_add() can add a supplementary account or row to the table, useful to add employment data, for example. * The new function
total_tax_add() adds a summary of product and production taxes among the primary inputs. * Clearly divided analytical functions,
input_multiplier_create() create the direct, indirect and total effects matrix.
input_indicator_create()has a new, optional parameter for naming the new indicators in the key column.
- New convenience function for nicer printing of structured SIOT tables and related matrix results. Not yet exported, first will be used on vignettes only.
- New example
data(netherlands_2006), terminology and analytical improvements following Input-Output Multipliers Specification Sheet and Supporting Material, Spicosa Project Report. Results are checked against the publication.
- For terminological clarity, earlier
direct_supply_effects_create()function is renamed
- The function
effects_create()currently refers to the function returning direct effects of a change in demand.
- The function
multipliers_create()refers to the function returning direct and indirect effects of a change in demand.
- The Germany 1990 vignette needs to be reviewed. Currently it may not be consistent with effects and multipliers, it will be included in the next development version.
CRAN release: 2018-11-29
- New function
iotable_year_get()which returns the available tables by year or time from the bulk database for a given country and currency unit.
- Package now handles
Use table at basic prices(naio_10_cp1610 and naio_10_pyp1610),
Supply table at basic prices incl. transformation into purchasers' prices(naio_10_cp15),
Use table at purchasers' prices(naio_10_cp16) after correcting a vocabulary error.
- This version is a release candidate for CRAN.
CRAN release: 2018-09-14
CRAN release: 2018-09-10
- New vignette Germany 1990, renamed in 0.4.6 Introduction to iotables with the Eurostat Manual of Supply, Use and Input-Output Tables example tables to show the working of the data processing and analytical functions.
- Finding an exception in the Eurostat vocabulary that preventing correctly identifying the “Computer programming, consultancy and related services; Information services” industry in the rows. This is a critical problem in the Eurostat bulk files that prevents the creation of symmetric matrixes.
- Minor bug fixes.
- New function
- New function
- New function
- New function
CRAN release: 2018-08-24
- Correcting a bug that did not always remove the right columns from
use_table_get(). Released on CRAN.
CRAN release: 2018-09-01
- Better exception handling in
equation_solve(). Removes trivial erroneous, all-zero columns. Efficiency gains in indicator and multiplier creation. New function to create backward linkages. Released on CRAN.
- Correctly handles some countries that differ from the standard SIOT structure. The Czech Republic does not include G47 and I68 imputed rents in the table, which caused problems with the ordering of the table and the creation of coefficients.
- Uses tidyr::nested() data structures which are far easier handled in highly structured data sets.
CRAN release: 2018-08-05
Error corrected concerning creation of temporary files on non-Windows environments. No uses
file.path() to create platform-independent files. Released on CRAN.
Default data directory for faster programmatic use and phasing out discontinued Eurostat statistics. A bit improved messages and documentation.
naio_10_cp1620(trade and transport margins) or
naio_10_cp1630(net taxes) with the parameter
stk_flow="TOTAL". Correctly builds on Windows and Mac OS (old and release version) but problem with the dependency
eurostatin Linux on Travis.
- Eurostat withdrew naio_cp17_r2, and there is a temporary fix to work with archived versions. Some metadata errors and documentation errors were corrected.
- Correctly handles the total Eurostat national accounts vocabulary, and adds all Croatian (not fully conforming) tables to the package.
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 preparing 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.
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 Croatian Symmetric Input-Output Tables that shows some real-life uses. * Testing on Travis (ubuntu and OSX tests.)