simpolicies: Run the model for a series of policies and compare outcomes...

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/simpolicies.R

Description

Run the model for a series of policies and compare outcomes to the base case Wrapper function for the whole model

Usage

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simpolicies(scenarios, naturalhist, treatinfo, agesource = "Standard",
  minage = 0, maxage = 100, incsource = "Uganda", mortsource = "Uganda",
  popsize = 1e+05, sims = 5, futimes = c(5, 10),
  returnstats = c("mean"), denom = 1e+05)

Arguments

scenarios

Data frame of scenarios to simulate (see define_scenarios). First scenario should be the base case.

naturalhist

Data frame with natural history parameters (see compile_naturalhist)

treatinfo

Data frame with treatment hazard ratios, and for each scenario, treatment proportions, by stage-subgroups. See the example and the vignette

agesource

Country to use for age structure (see data(agestructure) )

minage

Lower age limit for population at sim start

maxage

Upper age limit for population at sim start

incsource

Country to use for incidence rates (see data(incratesf) )

mortsource

Country to use for life table (see data(allmortratesf) )

popsize

Size of population to simulate

sims

Number of simulations

futimes

Follow-up times at which to tally outcomes, in years

returnstats

Defaults to simulation means, but you can also ask for c("mean", "lower", "upper"). Lower and upper report the 2.5% and 97.5% quantiles respectively.

Denominator/population

size by which to report outcomes; default is 100,000

Value

Data frame if returnstats="mean", or list of data frames of length(returnstats)

Examples

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# Use example input data loaded in package, object name "ex1"
data(ex1) 
ex1

# Element "pol" shows the 3 scenarios being modeled
"nh" contains the natural history information
"map" contains numeric indicators for the stage-subgroups
"tx" shows treatment hazard ratios and, for each scenario, the treatment distribution. See vignette for more details

# Run a model using ex1 inputs and the defaults
uganda_stdpop <- simpolicies(ex1$pol, ex1$nh, ex1$tx)

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