- Improved NA value handling of
`calc_duration()`

.
`paste_freq()`

:
- Added support for tallying factors.
- Removed default rounding of numerators <1 to 0.
- Calculated percentages may now return as infinity.

`paste_`

functions: Fixed parameter naming [BREAKING CHANGE]
- Consolidated
`test_`

functions into `test_hypothesis()`

which has S3 methods for numeric, factor, and logical data. Numeric methods now support >2 strata. [BREAKING CHANGE]

- Added
`calc_chunks()`

& `chunk_data_()`

. Tools for breaking tibbles, data frames, and vectors into smaller, usable chunks of data.
`tabulate_model()`

: Formatted tables now combine the point estimate and confidence interval into a single column to be more consistent with the output of `utile.tables::`

functions.
`paste_freq()`

: Non-numeric data is now tallied and documentation has been updated.
`paste_mean()`

/`paste_median()`

/`paste_efs()`

: Added checks for numeric data.

`calc_duration()`

: Added support for multiple calculations against a single timepoint.

`tabulate_model()`

: Rethought the purpose of this function.
- Added
`format=`

option to return a human-readable, ready-to-export table.
- Added
`tabulate_model.glm()`

which only supports the ‘binomial’ family of glm functions for now.
- Added
`tabulate_model.lm()`

for linear regression model support.
- Removed
`tabulate_model.survfit()`

as other packages (i.e. ‘broom’) already provide this functionality.
- Refactored function design to make adding new methods easier.

`tabulate_logit()`

: Removed now that support has been added to `tabulate_model()`

.
`tabulate_at_risk()`

: Now returns the strata column as factor instead of character type.
`paste_freq()`

: Switched from an S3 object to a regular function.
- Fixed NA handling.
- Added support for vectorized data (i.e.
`dplyr::mutate()`

).
- Removed support for logical data. This seemed to be an edge case and was interfering with NA handling. May reconsider in future.

`paste_median()`

/`paste_mean()`

: Fixed logic for returning ‘<1’ if a statistic rounds to 0 and `less.than.one=TRUE`

.
`calc_duration()`

:
- Fixed NA handling.
- Added hard stops for data types and vectors lengths.
- Improved handling of vectorized data (i.e.
`dplyr::mutate()`

).
- Added logic to ignore timestamps if mixed data types given (i.e. start = POSIXt, end = Date).
- Removed rounding of negative numbers to 0.