Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Print summary of *DALY Calculator* output aggregated by age/sex class.

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`x ` |
Object of class |

`relative ` |
Show results per 1000 population? See details below |

`outcomes ` |
Show results per outcome? See details below |

`prob ` |
Probability span by printed credibility intervals;
defaults to |

`digits ` |
Number of decimals to be printed; defaults to |

`... ` |
Additional arguments to be passed to |

The standard `print`

method gives the absolute number of DALYs, YLDs,
YLLs, Cases and Deaths. By specifying `relative = TRUE`

, the number of
DALYs, YLDs, YLLs, cases and deaths per 1,000 population will be shown.

The standard `print`

method gives the number of DALYs, YLDs, YLLs,
cases and deaths aggregated over all health outcomes. By specifying
`outcomes = TRUE`

, the number of DALYs, YLDs, YLLs, cases and deaths
for each outcome will be shown as well.

`print.DALY`

returns a list containg the following elements:

`total ` |
Matrix containing mean, median and |

`outcomes ` |
Named list, containing matrices of DALYs, YLDs, YLLs, cases and deaths for each health outcome |

`pct ` |
Vector of contribution of YLDs and YLLs to overall DALYs |

`DALYcalculator`

(for a brief description of the *DALY Calculator*)

`DALYmanual`

(for a more comprehensive overview)

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## Not run:
##= load the NCC example ==================================
setDALYexample(1)
##= perform DALY calculation, store results in 'x' ========
x <- getDALY()
##= view the DALY calculation results =====================
print(x) # absolute, total ==============
print(x, prob = .90) # absolute, total (90% CrI) ====
print(x, relative = TRUE) # relative (ie, per 1000 pop) ==
print(x, outcomes = TRUE) # outcome-wise =================
## End(Not run)
``` |

DALY documentation built on May 2, 2019, 12:19 p.m.

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