Access dust's built-in examples. These are compiled into the
package so that examples and tests can be run more quickly without
having to compile code directly via
dust(). These examples are
all "toy" examples, being small and fast to run.
The name of the example to use. There are four
sir: a basic SIR (Susceptible, Infected, Resistant)
epidemiological model. Draws from the binomial distribution to
update the population between each step.
sirs: an SIRS model, the SIR model with an added R->S transition.
This has a non-zero steady state, so can be run indefinitely for testing.
volatility: A volatility model that might be applied to
currency fluctuations etc.
walk: A 1D random walk, following a Gaussian distribution each
dust_generator object that can be used to create a
model. See examples for usage.
# A SIR (Susceptible, Infected, Resistant) epidemiological model sir <- dust::dust_example("sir") sir # Initialise the model at step 0 with 50 independent trajectories mod <- sir$new(list(), 0, 50) # Run the model for 400 steps, collecting "infected" every 4th step steps <- seq(0, 400, by = 4) mod$set_index(2L) y <- mod$simulate(steps) # A plot of our epidemic matplot(steps, t(drop(y)), type = "l", lty = 1, col = "#00000044", las = 1, xlab = "Step", ylab = "Number infected")
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