New features in Zelig 4:
The release of Zelig 4 comes with numerous new features to simplify the development and maintenance of statistical models.
- Separation of Zelig core from contributed models
- Package construction wizard (zelig.skeleton)
- zelig2 methods support an all-new, simplfied programming style
- param methods support a sleeker, more formalized programming style
- describe methods now run with less overhead
- Brand new hook API, replacing previous zelig3 and zelig4 methods
- Improved confidence interval plotting
- Added new types of plots to core models - logit, probit, etc.
- Integrated numerical and combinatorial math libraries
- Roxygen-compliant documentation
- Tools for publishing the complete Zelig documentation
- Unit testing for all models
- Code now completely available on GitHub!
New in Zelig 4.1-3
- Return compatibility with Amelia, a program for missing data
- Return support for the "by" parameter in the "zelig" function
- Patched various models
- Improved readability of external method calls (typically from "summary")
- Re-implemented several internal features to conform to CRAN policy