Released: 2022-03-08

Third major release.

- add license.
- complete update of the vignette.

Released: 2022-02-17

- when using
`frag.weight.edges()`

with xyz coordinates, the function now returns a graph with an edge attribute with the spatial distance between fragments `frag.layers.summarise()`

has three new parameters with default values to define the names of the colums with the cohesion and admixture values- the balance, disturbance, and aggreg.factor values returned by
`frag.get.parameters()`

are now rounded with two digits. - an error has been corrected in the
`asymetric.transport.from`

parameter of the`frag.simul.process()`

function.

Released: 2021-04-26

Second major release, after complete revision of the documentation.

Released: 2021-04-12

- new function
`frag.layers.compare()`

to generate simulated graphs for two deposition hypotheses, from the parameters of an observed graph. - new function
`frag.layers.summarise()`

for post-processing the results of the`frag.layers.compare()`

function. - the
`frag.weight.edges()`

function now enables to weight the edges with morphometric and spatial distance values.

Released: 2021-03-30

- the
`frag.simul.process()`

function has a new`asymetric.transport.from`

parameter. - new features in
`frag.graph.plot()`

: if the graph has two layers, the fragments are distributed by layers in two different regions of the plot. - new
`make_sr_graph()`

function, to generate a connection graph from a`frag.object`

. `frag.get.admixture()`

can now be applied to a graph with more than 2 layers.`frag.get.cohesion()`

can now be applied to a graph with more than 2 layers.- The edges of the graphs generated with
`frag.simul.process()`

are now internally weighted with the`frag.edges.weighting()`

function. `frag.observer.failure()`

: new function to simulate the inaccuracy of an observer in determining the relationships between fragments.

Released: 2020-11-27

This is the first public release of the archeofrag package.