integral.exponential: Return the derivative of the exponential function

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/integral.exponential.R

Description

Return the derivative of the exponential function
integral.exponential(t, size, parms)

Usage

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integral.exponential(t, size, parms)

Arguments

t

The time in any unit

size

The current size

parms

A vector with alpha and K values being c(alpha=x1, K=x2). K is not used.

Details

integral.exponential returns the derivative of the exponential function.

Value

A list with the derivative

Author(s)

Marc Girondot

Examples

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## Not run: 
library(embryogrowth)
data(nest)
formated <- FormatNests(nest)
# The initial parameters value can be:
# "T12H", "DHA",  "DHH", "Rho25"
# Or
# "T12L", "DT", "DHA",  "DHH", "DHL", "Rho25"
x <- structure(c(306.174998729436, 333.708348843241,  
	299.856306141849, 149.046870203155),  
	.Names = c("DHA", "DHH", "T12H", "Rho25"))
# K or rK are not used for dydt.linear or dydt.exponential
resultNest_4p_exponential <- searchR(parameters=x, fixed.parameters=NULL,  
	temperatures=formated, derivate=dydt.exponential, M0=1.7,  
	hatchling.metric=c(Mean=39.33, SD=1.92))

## End(Not run)

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