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This is the perfect forum.  Indeed you want to use the same type of nested scenario structure. The components inside are reusable so you can test for a single country before you try to run globally. For example you might use:

>My Scenario
        my sequencer
        my solver
        my initializer

When you are happy you can just remove your SomeCountryModel and replace it with a global model or a different country by drag and drop.

Please take a look at these YouTube s

and for structured population models the pages

Once you have composed a first test scenario you can always zip it up and share it so we can help you debug any problems....

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  1. Global age-structured population model (Frederico Mestre)


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Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2020 09:34:00 +0100
From: Frederico Mestre <fmestre@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [stem-dev] Global age-structured population model
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It's my first time posting a question to this mailing list. So, if this is
not the adequate forum for this question please let me know.

Is there any way to create a global age-structured model, but accounting
for the different age structures in each country? Is there such a model
available? If not, would it be wrong for me to create one using the nested
structure of models in STEM? I understand that, in STEM, models should be
nested, so could I nest sub-models of populations for each country in a
global population model?


Frederico Mestre

Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development
The 'Rui Nabeiro' Biodiversity Chair
Universidade de ?vora | Rua Dr. Joaquim Henrique da Fonseca 7000 ? 890
?vora, Portugal
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