This function grabs all
.rds files in the working directory and aggregates them into a single
data.frame object or combines all the saved results directories and combines them into one.
This is generally useful when results are run piecewise on one node or run independently across
different nodes/computers which are not on the same network.
the new directory to place the aggregated results files
files is used the function returns a
data.frame with the (weighted) average
of the simulation results. Otherwise, if
dirs is used, the function returns NULL
Phil Chalmers [email protected]
Sigal, M. J., & Chalmers, R. P. (2016). Play it again: Teaching statistics with Monte
Journal of Statistics Education, 24(3), 136-156.
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## Not run: setwd('my_working_directory') ## run simulations to save the .rds files (or move them to the working directory) # runSimulation(..., filename='file1') # runSimulation(..., filename='file2') final <- aggregate_simulations() saveRDS(final, 'my_final_simulation.rds') # aggregate saved results # runSimulation(..., save_results = TRUE, save_details = list(save_results_dirname = 'dir1')) # runSimulation(..., save_results = TRUE, save_details = list(save_results_dirname = 'dir2')) # place new saved results in 'SimDesign_results/' directory by default aggregate_simulations(dirs = c('dir1', 'dir2')) ## End(Not run)
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