ergm.godfather  R Documentation 
Gives the network a series of proposals it can't refuse. Returns the statistics of the network, and, optionally, the final network.
ergm.godfather(
formula,
changes = NULL,
response = NULL,
end.network = FALSE,
stats.start = FALSE,
changes.only = FALSE,
verbose = FALSE,
control = control.ergm.godfather()
)
formula 
An 
changes 
Either a matrix with three columns: tail, head, and new value, describing the changes to be made; or a list of such matrices to apply these changes in a sequence. For binary network models, the third column may be omitted. In that case, the changes are treated as toggles. Note that if a list is passed, it must either be all of changes or all of toggles. 
response 
Either a character string, a formula, or

end.network 
Whether to return a network that
results. Defaults to 
stats.start 
Whether to return the network statistics at

changes.only 
Whether to return network statistics or only their changes relative to the initial network. 
verbose 
A logical or an integer to control the amount of
progress and diagnostic information to be printed. 
control 
A list of control parameters for algorithm tuning,
typically constructed with 
If end.network==FALSE
(the default), an
mcmc
object with the requested network statistics
associed with the network series produced by applying the
specified changes. Its mcmc
attributes encode the
timing information: so start(out)
gives the time
point associated with the first row returned, and
end(out)
out the last. The "thinning interval" is
always 1.
If end.network==TRUE
, return a network
object,
representing the final network, with a matrix of statistics
described in the previous paragraph attached to it as an
attr
style attribute "stats"
.
tergm.godfather()
in tergm, simulate.ergm()
,
simulate.formula()
data(florentine)
ergm.godfather(flomarriage~edges+absdiff("wealth")+triangles,
changes=list(cbind(1:2,2:3),
cbind(3,5),
cbind(3,5),
cbind(1:2,2:3)),
stats.start=TRUE)
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