The version 1.1 of the “pricesensitivitymeter” R package enhances interpolation: Instead of fixed steps of 0.01, it lets the user choose the size of the interpolation steps. This makes it easier to work in currencies in which a subdivision into 1/100th is not meaningful, such as Japanese Yen or Chilean Pesos. Moreover, it makes it easier to analyze data for more expensive products in which a subdivision on cent-level is not necessary.

The package update is available on CRAN as of now.