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```
context("Continuous POs")
test_that("you can do continuous POs", {
my_population <- declare_model(
N = 100, income = rnorm(N), age = sample(18:95, N, replace = T)
)
conditions <- seq(0, 1, by = .1)
my_potential_outcomes <- declare_potential_outcomes(
formula = Y ~ .25 * Z + .01 * age * Z, conditions = conditions
)
my_assignment <- declare_assignment(Z = complete_ra(N = N, conditions = conditions))
my_measurement <- declare_measurement(Y = reveal_outcomes(Y ~ Z))
my_design <- my_population +
my_potential_outcomes +
my_assignment +
my_measurement
df <- head(draw_data(my_design))
expect_length(colnames(df) %i% paste("Y", "Z", conditions, sep = "_"), 11)
})
test_that("Hooke's law", {
# Length of spring = resting length + stiffness * Force
# Length is cm
# Force is g
# stiffness is cm/g
# Variablity in manufacturing
pop <-
declare_model(springs = add_level(
N = 100,
resting = rnorm(N, 10, .1),
stiffness = rnorm(N, 1, .05)
))
potential_outcome_f <-
function(resting, stiffness, force) {
resting + stiffness * force
}
inquiry <- declare_inquiry(
`(Intercept)` = mean(potential_outcome_f(resting, stiffness, 0)),
stiffness = mean(potential_outcome_f(resting, stiffness, 1) - potential_outcome_f(resting, stiffness, 0)),
term = TRUE
)
# 30 is magic
sampling <- declare_sampling(S = complete_rs(N, n = 30))
# We don't have a 1g weight, only 5, 10, 25, 50, 100
# randomly put a combo of those on the spring
w <- c(0, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100)
assignment <- declare_assignment(
handler = fabricate,
force = replicate(N, sum(sample(
w, sample(length(w), 1)
)))
)
# 1mm of measurment error
reveal <- declare_reveal(
handler = fabricate,
length = potential_outcome_f(resting, stiffness, force) +
rnorm(N, sd = .1)
)
estimator <- declare_estimator(length ~ force, .method = lm, term = TRUE)
design <- pop + inquiry + sampling + assignment + reveal + estimator
df <- draw_data(design)
# Not all forces are realized
expect_lt(length(unique(df$force)), sum(choose(length(w), seq_along(w))))
# No PO columns created in df
expect_false(any(grep("length_force_", names(df))))
})
```

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