Description Arguments Value Note Author(s) See Also Examples

Return and optionally evaluate the mathematical expression appearing in the stoichiometry matrix.

`box` |
Either |

`time` |
Time. The value is ignored in the case of autonomous models. |

A matrix of numeric or character type, depending on the value of
`box`

.

If the stoichiometric factors are mathematical expressions involving function references, these functions must be defined in R (even if the numerical computations are based on generated Fortran code).

See other methods of the `rodeo-class`

or
`plotStoichiometry`

for a graphical representation of the
stoichiometric factors only.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 | ```
data(vars, pars, funs, pros, stoi)
model <- rodeo$new(vars, pars, funs, pros, stoi, dim=c(1))
model$setPars(c(mu=0.8, half=0.1, yield= 0.1, vol=1000, flow=50, sub_in=1))
model$setVars(c(bac=0.1, sub=0.5))
monod <- function(c,h) {c/(c+h)}
print(model$stoichiometry(box=NULL))
print(model$stoichiometry(box=c(1)))
``` |

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