- Bug fix for etas that were not named correctly for large order problems

- Bug fix for etas that are inconsistently numbered
- Add case for empty initialization block

Can convert lotri objects to data-frames similar to the internal data frame used in

`nlmixr()`

; These can then be converted back with`as.lotri()`

Added the ability to add estimates to a lotri object. These estimates are an attached

`data.frame`

to the original lotri matrix. You can extract them or drop them with the function`lotriEst()`

Allow specifying fixed components in

`lotri()`

matrices.Add

`cov`

,`cor`

,`sd`

,`var`

, and`chol`

options for matrix specification. The final matrix will always be the covariance matrixAdd function

`lotriMatInv()`

which takes a symmetric block matrix and converts it into a list of matrices. An sort of inverse operation of`lotriMat()`

Add error for

`lotri(~c(40))`

Added ability to flag

`fixed`

and`unfixed`

components in a matrix. Currently`lotri`

only supports one type.For the

`lotriFix`

objects, ie those created with population types of estimates and covariance estimates, allow them to be converted to an equivalent expression with`as.expression()`

for the lotri object and`lotriDataFrameToLotriExpression()`

for the`data.frame`

- Change errors/warnings to use
`call.=FALSE`

or equivalent. - Refactor C code to reduce complexity
- Change C code to play nicely with
`rchk`

- Allow
`lotriMat`

to mix named and unnamed matrices; When mixed, an unnamed matrix will be returned.

- Bug fix for conditional matrices
- Now accessing
`$lower`

and`$upper`

gives default values even if it wasn’t specified. - Can change the default conditional matrix to some other value like “id”
- Can add properties to matrix->lotri by as.lotri(matrix, lower=3, default=“id”)
- Dropped
`Matrix`

import and added`lotriMat`

to create banded matrices (faster than`Matrix`

for now included repeated matrices with`list(matrix, rep)`

). - Bug fix for default properties when both
`upper`

and`lower`

bounds are specified

- Added conditional matrix specification
`|`

; Returns a list of matrices where each condition is the name of the matrix returned. - The conditional matrix can also include properties ie
`| id(lower=c(eta1=3))`

- Added a
`NEWS.md`

file to track changes to the package.

- Initial Release