Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Take in the matrix of the states of synthetic population (created by `syn_pop`

function)
and calculate the transitions from one state to other state(s) using the transition rate(s).

1 | ```
state_trans(origin, new.states, params, s.matrix)
``` |

`origin` |
A number which represents the column index |

`new.states` |
A numeric vector or a number which represents the column index |

`params` |
A numeric vector of similar length to |

`s.matrix` |
A state matrix created from |

A transition matrix of the same dimension as `s.matrix`

. -1 indicates that the individual has left
the corresponding state. +1 indicates that the individual has become the corresponding state.

1 2 3 | ```
pop <- syn_pop(c(19,1,0,0))
state_trans(1,2,.1,pop)
state_trans(1,4,100,pop)
``` |

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