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Building a scenario in STEM [message #37762] Wed, 28 November 2007 11:34 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: martin.lidholm.sweco.se

Hello!

I am currently working in a project for pandemic preparedness planning for
a Swedish city. In this project we are trying to model the spread of an
epidemic in the metropolitan area to be able to assess the effects and
possible countermeasures.

I have downloaded the STEM software but since i am not trained in software
development I can't judge wether it is easy to construct your own
scenarios and geographical structures. I have followed the Cuba example
given in the tutorial but i would like to know if it is possible to easily
load geographical data into the program and from that construct a graph
structure?
Re: Building a scenario in STEM [message #37968 is a reply to message #37762] Tue, 04 December 2007 11:28 Go to previous message
Daniel Ford is currently offline Daniel Ford
Messages: 138
Registered: July 2009
Location: New York
Senior Member
Martin,
I think you're asking if you can create your own graph structure based
on a your own data set. The answer is "Yes", but right now you need to know
how to integrate your data set with those internal to STEM, and that is a
software development task.

Could you give a bit more detail of what your data set looks like and what
you'd like to do and maybe we can figure out what to do next.

--
Daniel Ford
IBM Almaden Research Center
San Jose, CA

"Martin Lidholm" <martin.lidholm@sweco.se> wrote in message
news:cdc3600d8200658487c31e0adae2bd3c$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hello!
>
> I am currently working in a project for pandemic preparedness planning for
> a Swedish city. In this project we are trying to model the spread of an
> epidemic in the metropolitan area to be able to assess the effects and
> possible countermeasures.
> I have downloaded the STEM software but since i am not trained in software
> development I can't judge wether it is easy to construct your own
> scenarios and geographical structures. I have followed the Cuba example
> given in the tutorial but i would like to know if it is possible to easily
> load geographical data into the program and from that construct a graph
> structure?
>
Re: Building a scenario in STEM [message #583483 is a reply to message #37762] Tue, 04 December 2007 11:28 Go to previous message
Daniel Ford is currently offline Daniel Ford
Messages: 138
Registered: July 2009
Location: New York
Senior Member
Martin,
I think you're asking if you can create your own graph structure based
on a your own data set. The answer is "Yes", but right now you need to know
how to integrate your data set with those internal to STEM, and that is a
software development task.

Could you give a bit more detail of what your data set looks like and what
you'd like to do and maybe we can figure out what to do next.

--
Daniel Ford
IBM Almaden Research Center
San Jose, CA

"Martin Lidholm" <martin.lidholm@sweco.se> wrote in message
news:cdc3600d8200658487c31e0adae2bd3c$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hello!
>
> I am currently working in a project for pandemic preparedness planning for
> a Swedish city. In this project we are trying to model the spread of an
> epidemic in the metropolitan area to be able to assess the effects and
> possible countermeasures.
> I have downloaded the STEM software but since i am not trained in software
> development I can't judge wether it is easy to construct your own
> scenarios and geographical structures. I have followed the Cuba example
> given in the tutorial but i would like to know if it is possible to easily
> load geographical data into the program and from that construct a graph
> structure?
>
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