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randomization number of ids per iteration #13

merged 11 commits into from Apr 27, 2019


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commented Apr 26, 2019

Bug found in randomizations where the number of individuals across iterations differs. A bit tricky to notice with large number of relocations for individuals but stands out when an individual only has a few relocations. (Thanks for spotting this @qwebber).


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commented Apr 27, 2019

Added tests to detect different number of relocations by individual+iteration+splitBy with randomization type = 'step' and type = 'daily'. Confirmed this bug is not relevant to type = 'trajectory'.

EDIT: test logic for type daily updated by 7b649b0

@robitalec robitalec merged commit b07499c into master Apr 27, 2019

@robitalec robitalec deleted the bug/random-n-ids branch Apr 27, 2019

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