simTool-package: Conduct Simulation Studies with a Minimal Amount of Source...

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Description

The simTool package is designed for statistical simulations that have two components. One component generates the data and the other one analyzes the data. The main aims of the simTool package are the reduction of the administrative source code (mainly loops and management code for the results) and a simple applicability of the package that allows the user to quickly learn how to work with the simTool package. Parallel computing is also supported. Finally, convenient functions are provided to summarize the simulation results.

Details

Package: simTool
Type: Package
Version: 1.0.3
Date: 2013-02-21
License: GPL-3

evalGrids is the workhorse. as.data.frame is function coercing the result object of evalGrids to a data.frame. expandGrid is only a convenient function

Author(s)

Marsel Scheer

Maintainer: scheer@freescience.de

Examples

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dg = expandGrid(fun="rexp", n=c(10, 20), rate=1:2)
pg = expandGrid(proc="summary")
eg = evalGrids(dg, pg, replications=3)
as.data.frame(eg)
as.data.frame(eg, summary.fun=mean)
as.data.frame(eg, summary.fun=c(mean, sd))

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