SizeEstimation: Estimating the Sizes of Populations at Risk of HIV Infection from Multiple Data Sources Using a Bayesian Hierarchical Model

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This function develops an algorithm for presenting a Bayesian hierarchical model for estimating the sizes of local and national drug injected populations in Bangladesh. The model incorporates multiple commonly used data sources including mapping data, surveys, interventions, capture-recapture data, estimates or guesstimates from organizations, and expert opinion.

Author
Le Bao, Adrian E. Raftery, Kyongwon Kim
Date of publication
2016-07-26 12:07:19
Maintainer
Kyongwon Kim<kbk5206@psu.edu>
License
GPL-3
Version
1.1.1

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DATA
The number of people who inject drugs in Bangladesh in 2004.
sizeestima
Estimating the sizes of populations who inject drugs from...

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SizeEstimation
SizeEstimation/NAMESPACE
SizeEstimation/data
SizeEstimation/data/pwid.RData
SizeEstimation/R
SizeEstimation/R/DATA.R
SizeEstimation/R/sizeestima.R
SizeEstimation/MD5
SizeEstimation/DESCRIPTION
SizeEstimation/man
SizeEstimation/man/sizeestima.Rd
SizeEstimation/man/DATA.Rd