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[stem-dev] STEM training at BfR

Dear STEM community,

as we discussed at the last STEM-Call, I put a link to our course material on the Wiki under the section: 

Here is the direct Link to the BfR-project page where you can find the material:

Here is also a direct link to my presentation into Epidemiological Modelling: 

Enjoy visiting it and please feel free to contact me with any feedback or suggestions that you wish to make. 

Best regards,



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Today's Topics:

   1. Pajek Graphs (Judy Douglas)


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The notes below are in error. Emily Nixon posted her content regarding the
pajek graphs on on March 10th. 


My apologies to you all, and my thanks to Emily for graciously correcting
the record. If you no longer can access the email of that date, Emily
generously offered to resend the information to you. 






Notes from the STEM Community Call on April 13, 2017 

On the call: Stefan, Taras, Nereyda, Judy


Next call: Thursday, May 11, 2017


1. STEM 3.0.0 Milestone 5: Release to follow solution of problem with
launcher on Mac 

*Need to make build compatible with Eclipse 

*Awaiting resources (summer intern? post doc?) 

*Until then, use the workaround available on the wiki 


2. Updates

*Re Pajek graphs: Wiki includes advice to use Libra office (thanks Taras);
status of emails forwarded by Emily pending

*Re authors lost when wiki on model generator and expression language
hacked: Stefan emailed Eclipse for original authors, has yet to receive

*Re STEM training at BfR: When time allows Taras will put on BfR project
website, put link on STEM wiki up top under Tutorials [TO DO]


3. Model development w/ birth & death rates (Taras)

*Time stamp log starts at 0.5 not, 0: Not a barrier to work; Taras has
created a workaround using new compartments T (value is minus) and T1; logs
those values, not other compartments, e.g., Susceptible, etc. 

*Simulating migration of subgroups (user-defined parameter): In aging
population model, some difficulty when using decorator. Stefan: If property
view won't allow editing, open XML file directly for override; if this
fails, Taras to open a bug [TO DO]

*Calculating disease model with model generator: Trouble with multiple aging
populations. Stefan: STEM lacks a multi-model; Taras to open a feature
request [TO DO] 

*Mixing edges: Problem in migrating to another polygram; difference between
built in disease model and Taras'; discussed w/ Stefan & Jamie via email.
Taras: Works when using generator, then wizard; then border edges; then have
to add something into code. Stefan: Code in two places; probably an easy
fix; Taras to open a bug [TO DO]


4. Bugs and feature requests 

*See items marked TO DO in item 3


5. Items from Participants

*Nereyda: Defending dissertation this month; in May will clean up and share
STEM screenshots she created in doing her work [TO DO]

*Taras: Will ask Christian for help in setting up aging population to work
w/ model generator [See item 3 above] 



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