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`read_HeliosOSL2R()`

: New import function to support the new zero rad Helios luminescence reader and its`.osl`

file format. The output is an`RLum.Analysis-class`

object.

`analyse_baSAR()`

- Fix #183 addressing an edge-case crash when the function was called on an object containing no records of the appropriate type (#184, @mcol).

`analyse_FadingMeasurements()`

- Add
`...`

support to disable the blue trend line via`plot.trend = FALSE`

- Fix #175 to deal gracefully with the case when the size of Lx and Tx doesn’t match (#192, @mcol).

`analyse_portableOSL()`

- Function did not respect argument
`main`

; fixed.

`convert_Wavelength2Energy()`

- Fix #133 addressing cases where R throws an uncontained error when R drops the object structure in very rare cases (#134; thanks @mcol)

`calc_Huntley2006()`

- Improve success rate of GOK fitting of the unfaded data using a two step approach: first an exponential fit is applied then this values are used as start parameters.

`calc_Statistics()`

- The skewness and kurtosis depended on number of MC samples (#122); fixed with #123 (thanks to @mcol)

`calc_TLLxTxRatio()`

- Function crashed for
`Tx.data.background = NULL`

(#129); fixed with #130 thanks to @mcol

`calc_WodaFuchs2008()`

- The function now officially supports numeric vectors and single-column data frames as input (#200).
- The function computed the number of breaks for the histogram incorrectly (#197, fixed with #198).
- The function now supports more types of
`RLum.Results`

objects without crashing, although if the object contains only one data point it will stop immediately to avoid problems with`nls()`

(#199, fixed in #219).

`extract_IrradiationTimes()`

- If a BIN/BINX-file is provided, the function will now check that it contains the same amount of data as the corresponding XSYG file a bit earlier than before, thus avoiding a possible crash (#228, fixed in #229).

`fit_CWCurve()`

- Argument
`output.path`

has been removed, and a warning is raised when attempting to use it (#207, fixed in #209).

`fit_EmissionSpectra()`

- Parameter
`input_scale`

was not correctly propagated when the function would self-call (#160, @mcol).

`fit_OSLLifeTimes()`

- The validation of the minimum dataset size didn’t account for the
use of the
`signal.range`

argument (#182, fixed by #195, @mcol).

`fit_SurfaceExposure()`

- Fix #162 to remove a dimension mismatch if the input data contained
`NA`

s, which would generate unexpected warnings (#163, @mcol). - The function doesn’t stop anymore with an error if called on an
`RLum.Results`

object (#165, @mcol).

`plot_AbanicoPlot()`

- Argument
`plot.ratio`

will now throw an error on non-positive numerical values (#221, fixed in #222). - The function doesn’t crash anymore when setting
`interactive = TRUE`

(#220, fixed in #233).

`plot_DetPlot()`

- Argument
`signal.integral.max`

is now enforced to be greater than`signal.integral.min`

, as otherwise the computation of the number of channels would produce`Inf`

(#203, fixed in #206). - Fix a crash when using option
`analyse_function = "analyse_pIRIRSequence"`

(#210, fixed in #211).

`plot_GrowthCurve()`

- The function now calculates the relative saturation
(
`n/N`

) using the ratio of the two integrates. The value is part of the output table. - Argument
`na.rm`

has been removed: as of version 0.9.23, it was defunct and only accepted`TRUE`

as valid value and produced an error otherwise, so there is no effective change in behaviour (#137, fixed in #214).

`plot_Histogram()`

- The function doesn’t crash anymore when setting
`interactive = TRUE`

(#186, fixed in #231).

`plot_KDE()`

- It now officially supports numeric vectors and single-column data frames, for which it assumes that the De error at each measurement is 10^-9 (#189, fixed in #194, @mcol).

`plot_NRt()`

- The function reports an helpful message rather than crashing when applied to an object of unexpected type or when there is a mismatch in time values (#177, fixed with #179 by @mcol).

`plot_RadialPlot()`

- The function doesn’t crash anymore when a single-column data frame is provided (#191, fixed in #212).

`plot_RLum.Data.Analysis()`

- The function now supports all arguments from
`plot_RLum.Data.Spectrum()`

; before it had only basic functionality for`RLum.Data.Spectrum-class`

data.

`plot_RLum.Data.Spectrum()`

- The plot function can now handle non-increasing column values for plotting (with a warning).

`read_BIN2R()`

`ignore.RECTYPE`

now supports numeric values, e.g., 128. Records for this type will be ignored during import.- BINX-files with
`RECTYPE = 128`

will not crash anymore, thanks for asking Anna-Maartje Boer and replying Karsten Bracht. - The function now stops graciously when attempting to read an empty file (#225, fixed in #226).

`read_PSL2R()`

- The function is out of the beta status, hence the flag was removed.
- The
`RLum.Analysis-class`

object returned by the function gained a new element`Sequence`

, which is a data frame. with the measured sequence. This way, if the original sequence was lost, it can still be extracted from the`.psl`

data. - If no
`.psl`

file was found the function got trapped in an infinite loop (#127); fixed with #128 (thanks to @mcol)

`read_XSYG2R()`

- Fix spectrometer data import for basically broken files.

`read_Daybreak2R()`

- Fix #135 to improve detection of non-ASCII files (#140, @mcol).

`Risoe.BINfileData2RLum.Analysis()`

- Fix a crash when reading an empty Risoe.BINfileData input (#215, fixed in #224).

- New internal function + tests added
`.get_named_list_element()`

. It just does what the names says.