After you launch
STEM for the first time a folder called "workspace" is created.
On mac you have to "view package contents" on the stem app to
see it. Navigate to workspace,
your project is inside it. Inside the Project folder is the folder
"Recorded Simulations". You can create a subfolder (eg called
reference) and drop your incidence and population files there.
When you relaunch
STEM you then need to go to the project explorer, click on your project,
right click, and chose "refresh". The Eclipse project explorer
will not synch with changes you made to the file system until you do that
you have to create
the reference incidence file. The easiest way to see precisely how it should
be formatted is to create a logger and log your models predicted incidence.
The file should be formatted and named just like that one.
Best Regards, Jamie
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How are the files uploaded to STEM (e.g. the indicence csv) ? And what about formatting the files?
In the website you sent me you mention that:
"2. Reference data folder. This is the directory containing the reference data. The directory must contain the same files that STEM generates in
its log output folders, e.g. an I_2.csv, Incidence_2.csv, S_2.csv etc. The current error function only requires the Incidence file. If the reference files are located in a folder inside the current project, the location
is specified in a platform neutral manner and the project and associated automatic experiment can be shared with others."
How are the incidence files generated, forated and uploaded?
Sorry for all the questions...
thanks, Frederico ?
James Kaufman <jhkauf@xxxxxxxxxx> escreveu no dia segunda, 13/07/2020
> Frederico, > > STEM provides a Nelder-Meade simplex algorithm which does precisely
that. > https://wiki.eclipse.org/Running_an_Automated_Experiment > > > There is also and example here.... > > https://wiki.eclipse.org/2019_novel_Corona_Virus_Model#.28new.29_Advanced_SACIR.28S.29_model_capturing_Asymptomatic_Transmission > > > > From: stem-dev-request@xxxxxxxxxxx > To: stem-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx > Date: 07/13/2020 09:00 AM > Subject: [EXTERNAL] stem-dev Digest, Vol
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