random.init.model

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Generate Random Starting Model

Generates a random starting model (if specified by the user in famos), taking into account the critical conditions and the parameters which should not be fitted.

Usage
random.init.model(number.par, crit.parms = NULL, no.fit = NULL)
Arguments
number.par

The number of total parameters available.

crit.parms

A list containing vectors which specify the critical parameter sets. Needs to be given by index and not by name (for conversion see set.crit.parms).

no.fit

A vector containing the indices of the parameters which are not to be fitted.

Value

A vector containing the parameter indices of the random model.

Aliases
  • random.init.model
Examples
# NOT RUN {
#set critical conditions
crits <- list(c(1,2,3), c(4,5))
#generate random model
random.init.model(number.par = 20)
random.init.model(number.par = 20, crit.parms = crits)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package FAMoS, version 0.1.0, License: GPL-3

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