Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/get-from-simulation.R

Returns either the draws objects themselves or references to them. See
`model`

function for more information on the `...`

and
`subset`

arguments, which are used to specify a subset of the models.

1 |

`sim` |
a simulation object |

`...` |
logical conditions to specify a subset of models. Conditions can only involve params of model that have length 1 and are of class numeric or character. |

`subset` |
a vector of integers indexing the models or a vector of model
names. To select models based on parameter values, use |

`index` |
a vector of positive integers specifying which draws objects are desired. If missing, then all draws' outputs are returned. |

`reference` |
whether to return the ModelRef or the Model object itself |

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## Not run:
# suppose previously we had run the following:
sim <- new_simulation(name = "normal-example",
label = "Normal Mean Estimation",
dir = tempdir()) %>%
generate_model(make_my_example_model, n = 20) %>%
simulate_from_model(nsim = 50, index = 1:3)
# then we could get the simulated draws as follows:
d <- draws(sim)
d@draws$r1.1 # first random draw
## End(Not run)
``` |

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