# insurancerating 0.6.2

`check_normality()`

is now depreciated; use `check_residuals()`

instead to detect overall deviations from the expected distribution
`rating_factors()`

now shows significance stars for p-values
`period_to_months()`

arithmetic operations with dates are rewritten; much faster
`univariate()`

now has argument `by`

to determine summary statistics for different subgroups

# insurancerating 0.6.1

`univariate_all()`

and `autoplot.univ_all()`

are now depreciated; use `univariate()`

and `autoplot.univariate()`

instead
`check_overdispersion()`

, `check_normality()`

, `model_performance()`

, `bootstrap_rmse()`

, and `add_prediction()`

are added to test model quality and return performance metrics
`reduce()`

is added to reduce an insurance portfolio by merging redundant date ranges

# insurancerating 0.6.0

`label_width`

in `autoplot()`

is added to wrap long labels in multiple lines
`sort_manual`

in `autoplot()`

is added to sort risk factors into an own ordering
`autoplot()`

now works without manually loading package `ggplot2`

and `patchwork`

first
`rating_factors()`

now returns an object of class `riskfactor`

`autoplot.riskfactor()`

is added to create the corresponding plots to the output given by `rating_factors()`

# insurancerating 0.5.2

`autoplot.univ_all()`

now gives correct labels on the x-axis when `ncol`

> 1.

# insurancerating 0.5.1

- A package website is added using pkgdown.
`construct_tariff_classes()`

and `fit_gam()`

now only returns tariff classes and fitted gam respectively; other items are stored as attributes.
`univariate_frequency()`

, `univariate_average_severity()`

, `univariate_risk_premium()`

, `univariate_loss_ratio()`

, `univariate_average_premium()`

, `univariate_exposure()`

, and `univariate_all()`

are added to perform an univariate analysis on an insurance portfolio.
`autoplot()`

creates the corresponding plots to the summary statistics calculated by `univariate_*`

.

# insurancerating 0.5.0

`construct_tariff_classes()`

is now split in `fit_gam()`

and `construct_tariff_classes()`

.
- A vignette is added on how to use the package.

# insurancerating 0.4.3

`period_to_months()`

is added to split rows with a time period longer than one month to multiple rows with a time period of exactly one month each.

# insurancerating 0.4.2

- In
`construct_tariff_classes()`

, `model`

now also accepts ‘severity’ as specification.