It provides a generic set of tools for initializing a synthetic population with each individual in specific disease states, and making transitions between those disease states according to the rates calculated on each timestep. The new version 1.0.0 has C++ code integration to make the functions run faster. It has also a higher level function to actually run the transitions for the number of timesteps that users specify. Additional functions will follow for changing attributes on demographic, health belief and movement.
|Author||Sai Thein Than Tun [aut, cre]|
|Date of publication||2016-11-16 10:51:54|
|Maintainer||Sai Thein Than Tun <email@example.com>|
|License||MIT + file LICENSE|
cumprob: Calculate cumulative probabilities for state transitions.
rate2prob: Miscellaneous functions to support the 'ibmcraftr' packare...
run_state_trans: Run state_trans function over a given number of timesteps.
state_trans: Make state transitions.
stRCPP: Make state transitions using Rcpp.
syn_pop: Create a synthetic population having several states.