View source: R/tergm.godfather.R
tergm.godfather  R Documentation 
Gives the network a series of timed proposals it can't refuse. Returns the statistics of the network, and, optionally, the final network.
tergm.godfather(
formula,
changes = NULL,
toggles = changes[, 4, drop = FALSE],
start = NULL,
end = NULL,
end.network = FALSE,
stats.start = FALSE,
verbose = FALSE,
control = control.tergm.godfather()
)
formula 
An 
changes 
A matrix with four columns: time, tail, head, and
new value, describing the changes to be made. Can only be used if
LHS of 
toggles 
A matrix with three columns: time, tail, and head,
giving the dyads which had changed. Can only be used if LHS of

start 
Time from which to start applying changes. Note that
the first set of changes will take effect at 
end 
Time at which to finish applying changes. Defaults to the last time point at which a change occurs. 
end.network 
Whether to return the network that
results. Defaults to 
stats.start 
Whether to return the network statistics at

verbose 
A logical or an integer to control the amount of
progress and diagnostic information to be printed. 
control 
A control list generated by

If end.network
is FALSE
(the default), an
mcmc
object with the requested network statistics
associated with the network series produced by applying the
specified changes. Its mcmc
attributes encode the
timing information: so start(out)
gives the time
point associated with the first row returned, and
end(out)
out the last. The "thinning interval" is
always 1.
If end.network
is TRUE
, return a network
object with
lasttoggle
"extension", representing the final network, with a
matrix of statistics described in the previous paragraph attached to it as
an attr
style attribute "stats"
.
simulate.tergm()
, simulate_formula.network()
, simulate_formula.networkDynamic()
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