- Export new
`renderEq()`

and`eqOutput()`

functions for working with equatiomatic with shiny. - Specific parts of the equation can now be colored with the new
`greek_colors`

,`subscript_colors`

,`var_colors`

and`var_subscript_colors`

arguments. - Includes new
`swap_var_names`

and`swap_subscript_names`

arguments to change the names of the variables or subscripts in the rendered equation - A new vignette documents the usage of colors and name swapping.
- Now accommodates
`lme4::glmer()`

models. - Include new
`return_variances`

argument, which allows users to optionally return the variance/covariances in`lme4::lmer()`

and`lme4::glmer()`

models - Added new
`font_size`

argument, which takes any LaTeX font size (see here) - Added new
`label`

argument, which allows for cross-referencing equation in-text with PDF outputs. - Now includes rendering of
`poly()`

,`log()`

, and`exp()`

functions for in-line equations, and will drop the`I()`

for generic in-line equation operation - Bug fix related to categorical variables and level parsing for
`lme4::lmer()`

and and`lme4::glmer()`

models - Minor bug fix related to indexing of coefficients for
`lme4::lmer()`

models - Minor bug fix related to very large models, which would not render properly before
`lme4::lmer()`

models now allow for in-line alterations to the code, e.g.,`I(n >5)`

.- Minor bug fix related to SARIMA models

**New models**: This is the first version to support`lme4::lmer()`

models and`forecast::Arima()`

models.New vignettes for each of the new models supported.

New vignette showing how to use the package with plotting

Switched the testing framework to use snapshot testing

Uses new print method so users no longer have to specify

`results = "asis"`

in the R Markdown chunk optionFixed error in rendering logistic/probit regression equations by removing the epsilon (error term) at the end of the left-hand side

The epsilon (error term) is no longer shown when rendering the fitted model equation, i.e.

`use_coefs = TRUE`

, for`lm`

models. The hat sign is also added to the response variable.

Initial CRAN Release

Extracts equations for

`lm`

modelsExtracts equations for

`glm`

models with`family = binomial(link = "logit")`

or`family = binomial(link = "probit")`

Extracts equations form ordered regression models using

`MASS::polr`

or`ordered::clm`

for logit and probit link functions`glm`

models have an optional`show_distribution`

argument to show the distributional assumptionsAll equations can be displayed using Greek notation or the estimated coefficients

The

`raw_tex`

code can be used to supply custom TeX code for the intercept or the coefficients, through the`intercept`

and`greek`

arguments respectivelyLong equations can be wrapped to multiple lines with the optional

`wrap`

argument. The length of the wrapping is controlled by`terms_per_line`

.Added a

`NEWS.md`

file to track subsequent changes to the package.