net.number.migrants: Calculate Net Number of Migrants

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

View source: R/pop_reconstruction_functions.R

Description

Calculates the net number of migrants from two population vectors and the Leslie matrix describing the amount of change attributable to fertility and mortality.

Usage

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Arguments

n1

Population vector at time t.

n2

Populatin vectors at time t+δ.

L

The Leslie matrix (see make.leslie.matrix).

Details

This function is used in the calculation of the average annual net number of migrants. See the vignette burkina-faso-females for an example of its use.

Value

Vector of net number of migrants in each age group to the population between times t and t+δ.

Vignettes

burkina-faso-females

Author(s)

Mark C. Wheldon

See Also

popRecon.ccmp.female, make.leslie.matrix

Examples

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## Can take several minutes to run

## Not run: 
example(popRecon.ccmp.female)

example(make.leslie.matrix)

net.number.migrants(n1 = pop.input.mat[,k]
                                ,n2 = pop.input.mat[,k+1]
                                ,L = Lk)

## End(Not run)

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