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

Extracts the (summary of the distribution of) final cost(s) or number
of vaccinations performed of Monte Carlo epidemic under a static
vaccination strategy as implemented by `MCepi`

or a
single adaptively managed epidemic as implemented by
`manage`

or `MCmanage`

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`obj` |
a object of class |

`getcost`

returns distribution information for the
final (cumulative) costs of the (managed) epidemic,
and `getvac`

returns distribution information for
the cumulative number of vaccinations
performed.

If `x`

is if class `"epiman"`

then the single final
cost or number of vaccinations is performed is returned.

For further details of this function please see the
documentation for `MCepi`

and `manage`

The return value is a double-precision scalar indicating the
median final cost obtained under `manage`

,
or a `data.frame`

giving the median and quantiles calculated
by `MCepi`

or `MCmanage`

Daniel Merl <[email protected]>

Leah R. Johnson <[email protected]>

Robert B. Gramacy <[email protected]>

and Mark S. Mangel <[email protected]>

D. Merl, L.R. Johnson, R.B. Gramacy, and M.S. Mangel (2010).
“amei: An **R** Package for the Adaptive Management of
Epidemiological Interventions”. *Journal of Statistical Software*
**36**(6), 1-32. http://www.jstatsoft.org/v36/i06/

D. Merl, L.R. Johnson, R.B. Gramacy, M.S. Mangel (2009). “A
Statistical Framework for the Adaptive Management of Epidemiological
Interventions”. *PLoS ONE*, **4**(6), e5807.
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0005807

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