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ADSM Simulation: v3.5
NOTE: This release is only compiled for Windows.
The above link details changes/fixes in this release.
Note: updates will be provided through the settings panel, or by running the npu.exe in the
installation folder. It is always a good idea to update before starting a large project.
This update includes new vaccination features and as a result, vaccination is started in a new
fashion. There are also several new usability features and bug fixes.
- Vaccination Triggers now start vaccination. You are able to create multiple triggers, and the
first trigger met will start the vaccination strategy. Note that vaccination parameters are on
several different screens, including the Control Protocol – Vaccination parameters, Vaccination
Global parameters, and the new Vaccination Ring rules. Components have been rearranged to
provide an improved data entry flow.
- Vaccination Ring rules determine which production types to vaccinate based on which
production types are detected.
- Vaccination Global parameters apply to all production types, There is a new method to set a
primary and secondary priority, along with the capacity, the restart (on a restart trigger) capacity,
and the retrospective vaccination ability.
There are several other changes to make it easier to get to your data.
- The Supplemental Output File for disease states is now in a tabular format, as compared to the
matrix format that it was in previously. Note that disease states do not include those farms in a
susceptible state, in order to make the file a manageable size.
- There is a new SQL panel on the right side of the screen. This jumps to a SQL Editor and write
SQL queries which can manipulate and extract data from the SQLite database. Note that there is
a directory of Example Database Queries located in the ADSM Workspace that are installed
when ADSM is installed. For a lesson writing SQL queries, see the Basic SQL Overview in the
wiki [link to main wiki page so they have to look at all the topics].
There is a directory of Example R Code located in the ADSM Workspace that is installed when
ADSM is installed. References for R are freely available on the internet. The code is several
simple examples on how to connect to the SQLite database and do basic analysis with R.
Known Bugs are listed on the wiki. https://github.com/NAVADMC/ADSM/wiki/Known-Issues-in-ADSM