rtsetse is an R package for simulating tsetse fly populations to investigate control options.
It follows from Hat-Trick, an Excel Tsetse model.
Development by Andy South in 2014-15. You are welcome to get in touch with comments or questions.
require(devtools) install_github('AndySouth/rtsetse', build_vignettes=TRUE)
The simulation has been built as a series of components that can be tested in isolation and can contribute to a maintainable and modifiable tool.
Function names in the package are preceded by rt. Functions called rt_run*() perform simulation runs.
|rt_runAspatial()||age-structured a-spatial population simulation|
|rt_runGridTestSpread()||grid simulation, homogenous landscape, spread fro central populated cell|
|rt_runGrid()||grid simulation, landscape set from vegetation map, population starts at carrying capacity|
User interfaces can be accessed on the web at the links below and are available from a separate repository.
|Shiny app link||What it does||To run locally|
|shinytsetse||Offer options to run aspatial and gridded models and visualise outputs||require(devtools)