model_to_file {bbsBayes}R Documentation

Save model to text file

Description

model_to_file allows you to save any of the preloaded hierarchical Bayesian models to a text file.

Usage

model_to_file(model = NULL, filename = NULL, heavy_tailed = FALSE)

Arguments

model

Model to be saved. Options are "slope", "firstdiff", "gam", "gamye"

filename

File name to create on disk.

heavy_tailed

Logical indicating whether the extra-Poisson error distribution should be modeled as a t-distribution, with heavier tails than the standard normal distribution. Default is currently FALSE, but recent results suggest users should strongly consider setting this to TRUE, even though it requires much longer convergence times

Value

None

Examples


# Save the Slope model to a file called "slope.txt" in temp directory
model_to_file(model = "slope",
              filename = file.path(tempdir(), "slope.txt"))

# Save the First Difference model to a file called "fd.txt" in temp directory
model_to_file(model = "firstdiff",
              filename = file.path(tempdir(), "fd.txt"))

# Save the GAM model to a file called "gam.txt" in temp directory
model_to_file(model = "gam",
              filename = file.path(tempdir(), "gam.txt"))

# Save the GAM year effects model to a file called "gamye.txt" in temp directory
model_to_file(model = "gamye",
              filename = file.path(tempdir(), "gamye.txt"))


[Package bbsBayes version 2.3.6.2020 Index]