Import a CSV file containing the output of the MCMC algorithm produced by ChronoModel.
read_chronomodel(file, decimal = ".", separator = ",", quiet = "no")
Either a path to a CSV file, a connection,
or the value
Either "." (default) or ",", the two choices offered by ChronoModel.
The character used to separate fields in the CSV file. Defaults to ",".
One of "no" (default) to allow messages and warnings, "partial" to suppress messages and allow warnings, or "yes" to suppress messages and warnings.
read_chronomodel function is built on
It aims to be fast and simple, and to return the marginal posteriors
free of extraneous artifacts. The iteration column in the CSV file is
archaeophases_mcmc object containing the marginal
posterior(s) from file.
Thomas S. Dye, firstname.lastname@example.org
data(Events) ## Not run: write.csv(Events, "events.csv", row.names=FALSE) events = read_chronomodel("events.csv", decimal = ".", separator = ",") # equivalent events = read_chronomodel("events.csv") rem <- read_chronomodel("http://tsdye.online/AP/cm/Chain_all_Events.csv") ## End(Not run)
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