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[stem-dev] Agenda for the April STEM community call

Our monthly community call for the Spatio-Temporal Epidemiological Modeler is scheduled for this Thursday, April 12, at 9 am Pacific Time. As always, we invite the larger scientific community to join in the discussion of this open source tool. Please contact me, judyvdouglas@xxxxxxxxxxx, for call in instructions if you would like to learn more.





Agenda for the STEM Call on April 12, 2018


1. Upcoming STEM release to Eclipse 4.0 to be identified as STEM Version 4.0 Milestone 1


*Status of New STEM4 branch: checked in? running? tested?

*Able to point new commands to icons in GUI? 

Jamie & Stefan, with Ahmad

*Calendar for move

*Status of presentation to Eclipse


2. Project Updates 


*Status of problem setting value for transmission rate; with two populations (water/non-water birds)

*Input from review of equation sent to stem-dev for Jamie & others

*Experience viewing YouTube video on model generator (multiple lines in a definition) 


*Status of problem running experiments with a different seed, getting output when running headless, logging data

*Experience running “Randomize Seed” feature added to the stochastic solver

*Status of work with colleague on R package

*Plans to provide documentation on stochastic solvers

*Bug 530858 updated on 03/09/2018 [see below]  


*Status of plans for network modeling projects

*Report on piloting Gitter, with mirror discussion on stem-dev, as an open forum for STEM users; any other Eclipse projects using Gitter

*Status of Wiki page, sharing of progress to date 


3. Bugs

530858: Need way to run different random number seeds for stochastic solver; posted Jamie; assigned Emily; partially fixed by Jamie, updated by Emily (see 2 above)

530546: Avoiding misspellings, alternate spellings in disease – and population decorator; posted Taras; new, stem.ui-inbox

530549: Warning that decorators are not editable through the scenario in STEM, need to modify directly; posted Taras; new, stem.ui-inbox


4. Updates from Team

*Nima Shariati at Lund University (Sweden) School of Economics and Management requested permission to use STEM related graph for worldwide air travel as cover for PhD thesis


5. Items from Participants



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