This function returns `TRUE`

if Laplace's Demon is appeased by the
object of class `demonoid`

, and `FALSE`

otherwise. If
appeased, then the object passes several tests that indicate potential
convergence of the Markov chains.

`is.appeased(x)`

x

This is an object of class `demonoid`

.

The `is.appeased`

function returns a logical value indicating
whether or not the supplied object passes several potential Markov
chain convergence criteria. If the object passes all criteria, then
Laplace's Demon is appeased, and the logical value returned is
`TRUE`

.

After updating a model with the `LaplacesDemon`

function,
an output object is created. The output object is of class
`demonoid`

. The object may be passed to the `Consort`

function, which will apply several criteria regarding the potential
convergence of its Markov chains. If all criteria are met, then
Laplace's Demon is appeased. Otherwise, Laplace's Demon suggests R
code to be copy/pasted and executed. The `Consort`

function prints a large amount of information to the screen. The
`is.appeased`

function may be applied as an alternative, though
it only informs the user as to whether or not Laplace's Demon was
appeased, as `TRUE`

or `FALSE`

.

`Consort`

and
`LaplacesDemon`

.