R/ST.CARlocalised.R

Defines functions ST.CARlocalised

Documented in ST.CARlocalised

ST.CARlocalised <- function(formula, family, data=NULL,  G, trials=NULL, W, burnin, n.sample, thin=1, prior.mean.beta=NULL, prior.var.beta=NULL, prior.delta=NULL, prior.tau2=NULL, MALA=TRUE, verbose=TRUE)    
{
    ## This is a wrapper function for the following three functions.
    ## binomial.CARlocalised
    ## poisson.CARlocalised
    if(is.null(family)) stop("the family argument is missing", call.=FALSE)
    
    #### Run the appropriate model according to the family arugment
    if(family=="binomial")
    {
        if(is.null(trials)) stop("a binomial model was specified but the trials arugment was not specified", call.=FALSE)
        model <- binomial.CARlocalised(formula=formula, data=data,  G=G, trials=trials, W=W, burnin=burnin, n.sample=n.sample, thin=thin, prior.mean.beta=prior.mean.beta, prior.var.beta=prior.var.beta, prior.delta=prior.delta, prior.tau2=prior.tau2, MALA=MALA, verbose=verbose)
    }else if(family=="poisson")
    {
        if(!is.null(trials)) stop("you do not need a trials arugment as a binomial model was not specified", call.=FALSE)
        model <- poisson.CARlocalised(formula=formula, data=data,  G=G, W=W, burnin=burnin, n.sample=n.sample, thin=thin, prior.mean.beta=prior.mean.beta, prior.var.beta=prior.var.beta, prior.delta=prior.delta, prior.tau2=prior.tau2, MALA=MALA, verbose=verbose)          
    }else
    {
        stop("the family arugment is not one of `binomial' or `poisson'.", call.=FALSE)     
    }
    return(model)     
}

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