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ggdistnow contains all stats/geoms from tidybayes (except deprecated ones), all support functions for stats/geoms (such as
tidybayesretains all other functions, and re-exports all
ggdistfunctions for now.
ggplot2. If needed, this can be overridden using the existing
h-suffix geoms are now deprecated. The
h-suffix geoms have been left in
tidybayesand give a deprecation warning when used; they cannot be used from
point_interval()functions are also deprecated, since they are not needed in tidybayes nor in
geom_lineribbon()no longer automatically set the
.upperare present in the data. This allows them to work better with automatic orientation detection (and was a bad feature to have existed in the first place anyway). The deprecated
tidybayes::geom_pointintervalh()still automatically set those aesthetics, since they are deprecated anyway (so supporting the old behavior is fine in these functions).
stat_lineribbon()now supports a
stepargument for creating stepped lineribbons (#249). H/T to Solomon Kurz for the suggestion.
ggdistnow has its own implementation of the scaled and shifted Student's t distribution (
qstudent_t(), etc), since it is very useful for visualizing confidence distributions. That is re-exported in