A discrete events simulation framework for the Peers model
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README.rst

The Peers agent-based model.

Requirements

See requirements.txt

Package structure

peers - root package

  • peers.design - experimental designs (LHD, winding stairs)
  • peers.gsa - global sensitivity analysis
  • peers.fit - model calibration
  • peers.mde - model calibration via minimum distance estimation (does not work)
  • peers.tests - tests (requires nose)

Invocation

Use peerstool to execute the command you want. peerstool -h will print the list of available commands:

$ peerstool <cmd> -h

will print the help message of command <cmd>. Each command is implemented in its own submodule, and submodules of related commands are all in the same subpackage. Note that most submodules are also standalone scripts themselves! Thus, if you have peers in you PYTHONPATH, then you can always call the submodule explicity. For example, command sigmoid is implemented in submodule peers.fit.sigmoid of subpackage peers.fit. Then you can execute it via:

$ python -m peers.fit.sigmoid

You can inspect the source code of peerstool to figure out the location of any command (look for a dict variable named commands).