Commit 95647ef2 authored by Delaigue Olivier's avatar Delaigue Olivier
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docs(NEWs): group release history for version an latest

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- Added <code>SeriesAggreg</code> S3 method with functions for `InputsModel`, `OutputsModel`, `list`, `data.frame` class objects. This new version of the <code>SeriesAggreg()</code> function also allows to compute regimes. ([#25](
- Added <code>.GetAggregConvertFun()</code> private function in order to choose automatically the <code>ConvertFun</code> to apply on each element of objects used in <code>SeriesAggreg.InputsModel</code> and <code>SeriesAggreg.OutputsModel</code>.
- Added <code>.AggregConvertFunTable</code> data.frame that allows the user to see what names of list items or data.frame column names are guessed and eventually customise this correspondence table.
#### Bug fixes
- <code>TimeLag</code> of the <code>SeriesAggreg()</code> function now runs when <code>TimeLag >= 3600</code>. ([#41](
### Release Notes (2021-01-05)
#### New features
- <code>PE_Oudin()</code> now presents a <code>RunFortran</code> argument to run the code in Fortran or in R. The Fortran mode is the fastest. ([#62](
- Added <code>RunModel_Lag()</code> which allows to perform a single run for the Lag model over the test period in order to run semi-distributed GR models. ([#34](
- Added the 'sd_model' vignette to explain how to manage the use of semi-distributed GR models. ([#34](
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#### Bug fixes
- <code>TimeLag</code> of the <code>SeriesAggreg()</code> function now runs when <code>TimeLag >= 3600</code>. ([#41](
- Fixed bug in <code>RunModel_GR1A()</code>. Reversed PotEvap and Precip outputs are now reordered (in the previous versions PotEvap contained the precipitation values and Precip contained the evapotranspiration values, the Qsim values were already correct).
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