exposure_table

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Creates an exposure table.

Returns the Central Exposure-to-Risk for given ages groups and time period. The central Exposure-to-risk is computed as the sum of the time spent by individuals in a given age group over a given period, where age is the age at last birthday.

Usage
exposure_table(population, ages, period)
Arguments
population

Population data frame containing at least 'birth' and 'death' columns.

ages

A vector of size N composed of age groups. The function computes the number of death in each age group [ages[i],ages[i+1]), for i=1..N-1.

period

A vector of size M composed of time intervals.

Details

The function computes the central exposure-to-risk in each time interval [t[j],t[j+1]), j=1..M, and age groups.

Value

An exposure matrix

Aliases
  • exposure_table
Examples
# NOT RUN {
ex_table <- exposure_table(EW_pop_out,0:101,0:2)

# }
Documentation reproduced from package IBMPopSim, version 0.3.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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