This table provides quick access to what's new in each version.
FSDA follows typical MATLAB timetable in the sense that there are two releases per year. The first typically in May/June and the second around October/November.
Version (Release)  New Features and Changes  Version Compatibility Considerations  Fixed Bugs and Known Problems  Release dates 

V2018b 
(1) New function qqplotFS that enables to create a qqplot of residuals with confidence bands (2) New function mtR which generates the same random numbers produced by R software with Mersenne Twister mt19937ar (3) New functions associated with Rocke biweght estimator. See for example RKrho, RKpsi, RKpsider, RKwei, RKbdp, RKeff. (4) Routines FSR, FSRmdr, FSRbsb extended to time series (see new functions FSRts, FSRtsmdr, FSRtsbsb and regressts) (5) New function verlessthanFS. It is a faster version of MATLAB function verlessthan. (6) New datasets added to the collection. (7) New routine publishBibliography to create in a automatic way the bibliography from the citations present inside the .m files. 
From release 2018a we support old
releases up to 2012a. 
Fixed a problem
in the brushing from spmplot and on the diagonal there are the
boxplots. See for more details the additional examples in yXplot and
spmplot. Improved option for thinning units inside tclustreg Solved minor bug in FSM when it was called with option 'bonflev' 
Setember 2018 
V2018a 
(1) New function tclusteda that helps choosing the best tclust model. It computes tclust for different values of the trimming factor and produces plots that allow to find the optimal level of trimming. This function uses the parallel processing toolbox, if available. (2) Extension of the score test. New function ScoreYJpn that computes the score test for Yeo Johnson transformation separately for positive and negative observations. FSRfan now accepts the new option family "YJpn" and it is possible to monitor the score test for both positive and negative observations (output arguments out.Scorep and out.Scoren). (4) New functions for time series analysis. simulateTS simulates a time series with trend (up to third order), seasonality (constant or of varying amplitude) with a different number of harmonics and a level shift. forecastTS produces forecasts with confidence bands for a time series estimated with function LTSts. (4) CorAna has an improved display of results. New function CorAnaplot draws a rich Correspondence Analysis graph with different types of confidence ellipses for selected rows and columns. (5) New function verlessthanFS. It is a faster version of MATLAB function verlessthan. (6) Documentation of yXplot considerably improved. New options added (xlimx, ylimy, namey, nameX). (7) MixSimreg extended to account for multiple parameter distribution (betadistrib option) (8) histFS has a new optional argument (weights) for plotting a weighted histogram. (9) options labenv has been added to mmdrsplot. (10) option axesellipse added to ellipse (11) New output argument idxMapping used in function ClusterRelabel, to track the indexes permutations used to rearch a desired cluster labelling. 
From release 2018a we support old
releases up to 2012a. From 2018a the use of subfunctions tinvFS, finvFS, tcdfFS, fpdfFS, fcdfFS which compute inverse, pdf, cdf of the T and F distribution are not supported anymore. Following the feedback provided by our users, Function UnitsSameCluster (which was introduced in R2017a) has been renamed (for better readability) ClusterRelabel 
Fixed a series of problems associated to MATLAB 2018a. For example now empty variables which will contain numbers have been initialized with [], while empty variables which contain characters are initialized with ' '. See for example functions yXplot and spmplot.  May 2018 
V2017b 
FSDA has introduced two new categories of tools, one for (robust) time series analysis; another for analyzing categorical data and contingency tables. More precisely:
(1) Function LTSts
extends LTS estimator to time series. A related new graphical plot
associated to a time series,
wedgeplot, provides information on the presence
of outliers and level shifts. (2) CorAna performs correspondence analysis; SparseTableTest computes independence test for large and sparse contingency tables; CressieRead computes the power divergence family of tests, to check the discrepancy/distance between observed and expected frequencies in a contingency table; rcontFS generates a random twoway table with given marginal totals; barnardtest computes the Barnard test, corrNominal measures strength of association between two unordered (nominal) categorical variables. Similarly for ordinal data with corrOrdinal. crosstab2datamatrix recreates the original data matrix X from contingency table N. This group of functions is complemented by file examples_categorical.m as in style of FSDA.
The two categories of functions will be progressively enriched.
Other new functions which are included are boxtest (test of equality of covariance matrices used for example in tkmeans), GYfilt (Gervini and Yohai, univariate outlier identifier), mmdrsplot (interactive plot of the trajectories of minimum Mahalanobis distances from different starting points), overlapmap to plot the ordered pairwise overlap values between components, dempk to perform a merging of components found by tkmeans, ncpci to compute a non centrality parameter confidence interval. Finally, spmplot has been enriched to superimpose ellipses, density and contour functions to data and extract single panels from the scatter matrix. 
Various inconsistencies in the browsing of the documentation pages and the bibliography have been fixed.  November 2017  
V2017a  CLUSTERING Function tclustreg now includes trimmed Cluster Weighted Restricted Models. New function tclustIC for the automatic
selection of the best number of groups. STATISTICAL UTILITIES New routines for density estimation and thinning, for univariate and bivariate data (used in tclustreg). bwe, rthin,
wthin, WNChygepdf UTILITIES

Control version added in many graphical
routines to take account the modifications in MATLAB 2017a
From MATLAB R2012a callback functions started to use new internal data structures. Interactive plots that use such callbacks (e.g. those in GUI brushRES) may produce errors in releases older than R2012a. The issue should be now fixed. Please report to us any problem you may experience. 
May 2017  
V3.3 (R2016b)  New functions for bivariate density
estimation and random thinning (kdebiv.m,
rthin.m) used to extend tclustreg.m features. The FSDA help folder now contains XML files associated to the functions documentation. This is in view of generating/updating automatically or using a GUI the functions documentation, in html as well as in the function head. New html documentation generated with publishFS. 
We are monitoring possible compatibility
issues that may emerge from changes in the tagging policy of the graphical
objects in MATLAB. 
add2spm modified to take into account
a change in the property name of the legend object introduced in MATLAB
R2016b (LegendPeerHandle is now called LayoutPeers). A change in MATLAB R2016b function legend.m was affecting FSDA function add2yX (the legend was plotted twice). Bug fixed. Bug affecting FSMeda only in the univariate case fixed. 
October 2016 
V3.2 (R2016a)  Major release. New function, publishFS, introduced to generate documentation pages directly from the .m files. New function, makecontentsfileFS, introduced to create a the list of files present in a FSDA folder and/or subfolders. It extends MATLAB function makecontentfilesFS. .mlx files introduced for examples_multivariate and examples_regression. New features added to the tclust function, including determinant restriction and new adjusted BIC criterion for the estimation of the number of groups. Added functions for reweighting FSR and FSRB (FSRr and FSRBr). Functions FSR, FSRB and FSRH redesigned; a routing implementing the core of the Forward Search algorithm (FSRcore) introduced to avoid code redundancies. New function, winsor, to winsor data. New function FSMbsb, which will replace FSMbbm. New function randindexFS, to evaluate the quality of different clusterings. New routines poolClose and poolPrepare introduced to conveniently open and close a pool of parallel workers. Several new robust functions to generate, for example, the Tukey Biweigh rho function (HUrho), the tuning constant associated to a certain efficiency (HUeff), the psi functions (HUpsi), its derivative (HUpsider), etc. For a full list, see functions under utilities_stats folder. 
Documentation made compatible with
the new MATLAB help navigation and browserstyle, which was redesigned
in release R2015b. 
Many small bugs fixed. Functions affected
include tclust, tclustReg, position, MixSimReg. ClickableMultiLegend made compatible with R2016a. drawnow command introduced in several graphical functions, to solve episodic bugs in the generation of the plots. 
May 2016 
V3.1 (R2015b) 
Major release.
Function simdataset.m modified to allow the user to simulate outliers from different distributions and contamination schemes and/or contaminate existing datasets. New Bayesian regression analysis routines: FSRB.m, FSRBeda.m, FSRBmdr.m, regressB.m. In FSReda.m: monitoring of confidence intervals of beta and sigma2. In FSRBeda.m: monitoring of HPD (highest posterior density regions) of beta and sigma2. New functions for inverse gamma computation: inversegampdf.m, inversegamcdf.m, inversegaminv.m. Added functions to monitor units forming subset in heterosckedastic and Bayesian regression: FSRHbsb.m, FSRBbsb.m. Added new datasets for Bayesian examples. FSMtra.m: added option for the robust transformation in the YeoJohnson family. addFSDA2path.m: modified for compatibility with unix platforms and to address changes in the folder organization of FSDA functions. Added routines to compute and visualize robust bivariate boxplot (function boxplotb.m) New routine for automatic outlier detection in heteroskdastic regression (FSRH.m) 
In function spmplot, the multiple histograms (boxplots) on the main
diagonal of the scatter plot matrix is now working also with R2015a
and R2015b.
The html documentation pages of some new functions are missing. As a consequence, some links may be broken. New complete documentation, produced automatically from the documentation in the head of our mfiles, will be released soon. 
September 2015  
V3.0 (R2015a) 
Major release.
Added robust regression (tau) and multivariate estimators (StahelDonoho).
Functions taureg.m and SDest.m. New weight functions (hyperbolic, Hampel
and optimal). 
Documentation made compatible with the new help system introduced with MATLAB R2015a 
In function spmplot, the multiple histograms (boxplots) on the main diagonal of the scatter plot matrix do not work with R2015a because of recent changes in gplotmatrix. 
February 2015

V2.1 (R2013a) 
New very fast implementation of the Forward Search for multivariate
analysis (FSMmmd). Forward Search in regression
modified to deal with the cases in which in a particular step of the
search subset is not full rank (FSR and
FSRmdr). New scatter plot matrix with multiple
groups and multiple boxplots on the main diagonal (spmplot). 
Structure modified for compatibility with MATLAB R2012b to R2013a releases. Three APPs introduced in release R2013a. 

May 2013

V2.0 (R2011b) 
Major release. Traditional robust estimators added including S, MM,
MCD, MVE, (Sreg, Smult,
MMreg, MMmult,
mcd, mve) and univariate
and bivariate analysis (unibiv). New interactive
plots and interactive graphics features. 
Redesigned the definition of many optional input parameters in terms of structures 

September 2011

V1.1 (R2010b) 
Multivariate data analysis routines have been added. Function
resfwdplot considerably improved. 


September 2010

V1.0 (R2010a) 
 
A few functions use ~ to denote unused output parameters as from release 2009b 

February 2010
