`NEWS.md`

Bug fix: For Rademacher and Mammen weights and cases where (2^ number of clusters) < # boostrap iterations, (deterministic ) full enumeration should have been employed for sampling the bootstrap weights. Full enumeration means the following: for e.g. 6 numbers of clusters, only 2^6 = 64 unique draws from either the Rademacher or Mammen distributions exists. Therefore,

`boottest()`

overwrites the user-provided number of bootstrap iterations to*B*= (2^ number of clusters) if a larger number is chosen. The bug now occured because the bootstrap weights were drawn**randomly with replacement**instead of using**full enumeration**. Note: full enumeration was introduced with version 0.3.3. Thanks to fschoner for finding the bug! see github issue #11Bug fix: A small bug has been fixed related to missing values in the cluster variables.

By default,

`boottest()`

now sets an internal seed if no seed is provided by the user via the`seed`

function argument.Several improvements to the documentation.

- implements full enumeration for Rademacher and Mammen Weights if 2
^{k}<*B*, where k is the number of clusters and B the number of bootstrap iterations

- A
`glance.boottest()`

method was added, which enables the use of the`modelsummary`

package with`fwildclusterboot`

. - The
`tidy.boottest()`

method is no longer exported. You can still access it via`fwildclusterboot:::tidy.boottest()`

or by loading the`generics`

package via`library(generics)`

.

- Additional performance improvements through parallelization. By default,
`boottest()`

uses half the available threads for parallel execution. The number of threads can be set via the`nthreads`

function argument. - Additional function arguments for
`boottest()`

- the user can now set the tolerance and maximum number of iterations for the calculation of confidence intervals. By default,`tol = 1e-6`

and`maxiter = 10`

. - The package no longer depends on
`data.table`

and`fabricatr`

- both are now only suggested. Further, the package now comes with an example data set ‘voters’.